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Computational Model of Rotary Engine Thermodynamic Cycle

DRBAL, M.

Originální název

Computational Model of Rotary Engine Thermodynamic Cycle

Anglický název

Computational Model of Rotary Engine Thermodynamic Cycle

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

During the engine prototype design period the performance predictions are the key subject of the development. For the piston reciprocating engines a wide spectrum of the analytical approaches was developed as well as the numerical software (GT-Suite, Ricardo Wave etc.) is being used often. The increasing demand for the high-power output engines with a low displacement and weight for the UAV and marine applications, makes Wankel rotary engine a sensible option. The commercially available software for the performance prediction does not include required algorithms for the rotary engine calculation. This paper provides an approach to be used in the simulation model setup as well as the comparison of the simulation outcome with the measured data.

Anglický abstrakt

During the engine prototype design period the performance predictions are the key subject of the development. For the piston reciprocating engines a wide spectrum of the analytical approaches was developed as well as the numerical software (GT-Suite, Ricardo Wave etc.) is being used often. The increasing demand for the high-power output engines with a low displacement and weight for the UAV and marine applications, makes Wankel rotary engine a sensible option. The commercially available software for the performance prediction does not include required algorithms for the rotary engine calculation. This paper provides an approach to be used in the simulation model setup as well as the comparison of the simulation outcome with the measured data.

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BibTex


@article{BUT164214,
  author="Milan {Drbal}",
  title="Computational Model of Rotary Engine Thermodynamic Cycle",
  annote="During the engine prototype design period the performance predictions are the key subject of the development. For the piston reciprocating engines a wide spectrum of the analytical approaches was developed as well as the numerical software (GT-Suite, Ricardo Wave etc.) is being used often. The increasing demand for the high-power output engines with a low displacement and weight for the UAV and marine applications, makes Wankel rotary engine a sensible option. The commercially available software for the performance prediction does not
include required algorithms for the rotary engine calculation. This paper provides an approach to be used in the simulation model setup as well as the comparison of the simulation outcome with the measured data.",
  chapter="164214",
  doi="10.21496/ams.2019.012",
  howpublished="online",
  number="2",
  volume="23",
  year="2019",
  month="june",
  pages="26--29",
  type="journal article - other"
}