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Virtual Prototype of Stirling Engine

Originální název

Virtual Prototype of Stirling Engine

Anglický název

Virtual Prototype of Stirling Engine

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Stirling engines are complex thermo-mechanical systems. Computational modeling of their thermodynamic cycles is significantly more difficult than in internal combustion engines, the reason being, among others, that individual thermodynamic processes take place simultaneously. Traditional computational models are based on ideal theoretical cycles which are only modified in various ways. For this reason, there are serious discrepancies when such computational models are applied, which can be up to 20%. The objective of our team of researchers is to create a virtual Stirling engine prototype in the form of an advanced and complex computational model which would assist in solving the issues of dynamics and fluid dynamics with significantly higher accuracy.

Anglický abstrakt

Stirling engines are complex thermo-mechanical systems. Computational modeling of their thermodynamic cycles is significantly more difficult than in internal combustion engines, the reason being, among others, that individual thermodynamic processes take place simultaneously. Traditional computational models are based on ideal theoretical cycles which are only modified in various ways. For this reason, there are serious discrepancies when such computational models are applied, which can be up to 20%. The objective of our team of researchers is to create a virtual Stirling engine prototype in the form of an advanced and complex computational model which would assist in solving the issues of dynamics and fluid dynamics with significantly higher accuracy.

BibTex


@article{BUT42508,
  author="Václav {Píštěk} and Zdeněk {Kaplan} and Pavel {Novotný}",
  title="Virtual Prototype of Stirling Engine",
  annote="Stirling engines are complex thermo-mechanical systems. Computational modeling of their thermodynamic cycles is significantly more difficult than in internal combustion engines,
 the reason being, among others, that individual thermodynamic processes take place simultaneously. Traditional computational models are based on ideal theoretical cycles which are only modified in various ways. For this reason, there are serious discrepancies when such computational models are applied, which can be up to 20%. The objective of our team 
of researchers is to create a virtual Stirling engine prototype in the form of an advanced and complex computational model which would assist in solving the issues of dynamics and fluid dynamics with significantly higher accuracy.",
  address="Engineering Academy of Czech Republic",
  chapter="42508",
  institution="Engineering Academy of Czech Republic",
  journal="Engineering Mechanics",
  number="A1",
  volume="12",
  year="2005",
  month="september",
  pages="45",
  publisher="Engineering Academy of Czech Republic",
  type="journal article - other"
}