Darmstadt Engine Tables
1) This data can be used to predict the number of days needed to run the RANS simulation using two different turbulence model, viz. Re-Normalized Group (RNG), K-Epsilon (k-Epsilon) and K-Omega (k-omega) turbulence models 2) This dataset will be useful for academic researchers attempting to undertake computational fluid dynamics studies in diesel engines. 3) This data is more valuable because in-cylinder air motion experimental setup is highly expensive to purchase. Hence, this data can be used as an initial and boundary conditions of CFD simulations.
Steps to reproduce
1. Carry out the simulation in STAR CD 4.22 Version 2. Use RANS simulation with with workstation of 12 cores. 3. Use RNG K Epsilon and K omega turbulence model 4. Choose suction TDC at 360 CAD (Crank Angle Degree) and BDC at 540 CAD 5. Choose compression BDC at 540 CAD (Crank Angle Degree) and TDC at 720 CAD 6. Use the boundary condition table attached above 7. Run the simulation for 3 cycles 8. The end result plots are attached as a figure file above