Modélisation quasi-dimensionnelle multizone de la phase de combustion dans un moteur à essence.
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Quasi-dimensional models are needed in early design stages to evaluate engines sizing. They are based on principles of Thermodynamics and experimental correlations. Here, we improve the accuracy of the classical quasi-dimensional two-zone model by means of two successive modi cations. First, a third zone is added near the walls : in this zone, the gases burn more slowly due to heat losses to the walls. It allows to correctly simulate the attenuation of the combustion when the ame comes near the walls.Secondly, a multi-zone model is built to take into account temperature and concentration gradients in the ame. The models are validated by comparing heat release rates distributions predicted by the two-zone, the three-zone and the multi-zone models against experimental data.
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