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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.3.2017.tde-20012017-163438
Document
Author
Full name
Sérgio Rodrigues da Silva
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Massarani, Marcelo (President)
Bortolussi, Roberto
Maluf Filho, William Manjud
Title in Portuguese
Estudo da variação do número de swirl em cabeçote de motor diesel através do modelamento em CFD.
Keywords in Portuguese
Engenharia automotiva
Fluxo de ar de admissão
Geometria e modelagem computacional
Motores diesel
Simulações em CFD
Swirl
Abstract in Portuguese
Este estudo pretende avaliar, através de simulações em Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), o comportamento do ar frio no interior da câmara de combustão com foco no movimento denominado Swirl. Testes computacionais no cabeçote de um motor de ignição por compressão foram realizados nos quais deslocamentos hipotéticos dos dutos de admissão foram impostos. Posteriormente foram realizadas análises na alteração do número de Swirl e comparados com o comportamento padrão esperado pelo cabeçote. Os resultados indicaram que o Swirl é sensivelmente alterado dependendo do sentido de deslocamento bem como que deslocamentos no eixo cartesiano x são mais impactantes do que deslocamentos no eixo y. Observou-se também, que diferenças expressivas no comportamento do ar ocorrem após a abertura de 73,33% da válvula de admissão. Nas conclusões são apresentados os efeitos causados pelo deslocamento dos dutos de admissão, pontos fortes e fracos deste trabalho e uma breve lista de possíveis desdobramentos desse estudo.
Title in English
Study of swirl number variation on headcylinder of diesel engine by CFD simulation.
Keywords in English
Air intake flow
CFD simulation
Swirl
Abstract in English
This research evaluates, by Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation, the cold air behaviour inside the combustion chamber with focus on a movement named Swirl. Virtual tests were performed on an ignition compression engine overhead where hypothetical shifts on the air intake ducts were imposed. After that analysis were done in the Swirl changes and compared with expected pattern. The results indicated that Swirl is significantly changed depending on the direction of displacement as well as displacements on Cartesian axle x are more expressive than displacements on axle y. It was also observed more expressive changes in air behaviour after valve lifting of 73,33%. In the conclusions are presented the effects caused by displacement on the air intake ducts, strengths and weakness of this research and a list of possible research deployment.
 
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2017-01-23
 
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