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Diesel Engine System Design


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Nomenclature List of abbreviations and acronyms Dedication About the author Preface Part I: Fundamental concepts in diesel engine system design - analytical design process, durability, reliability, and optimization Chapter 1: The analytical design process and diesel engine system design Abstract: 1.1 Characteristics and challenges of automotive diesel engine design 1.2 The concept of systems engineering in diesel engine system design 1.3 The concepts of reliability and robust engineering in diesel engine system design 1.4 The concept of cost engineering in diesel engine system design 1.5 Competitive benchmarking analysis 1.6 Subsystem interaction and analytical engine system design process 1.7 Engine system design specifications 1.8 Work processes and organization of diesel engine system design Chapter 2: Durability and reliability in diesel engine system design Abstract: 2.1 Engine durability issues 2.2 System design of engine performance, loading, and durability 2.3 The relationship between durability and reliability 2.4 Engine durability testing 2.5 Accelerated durability and reliability testing 2.6 Engine component structural design and analysis 2.7 System durability analysis in engine system design 2.8 Fundamentals of thermo-mechanical failures 2.9 Diesel engine thermo-mechanical failures 2.10 Heavy-duty diesel engine cylinder liner cavitation 2.11 Diesel engine wear 2.12 Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) cooler durability 2.13 Diesel engine system reliability 1 The components with high reliability importance can be assigned a high reliability since a high importance indicates the component has a large impact on the overall system reliability Chapter 3: Optimization techniques in diesel engine system design Abstract: 3.1 Overview of system optimization theory 3.2 Response surface methodology (RSM) 3.3 Advanced design of experiments (DoE) optimization in engine system design 3.4 Optimization of robust design for variability and reliability Part II: Engine thermodynamic cycle and vehicle powertrain performance and emissions in diesel engine system design Chapter 4: Fundamentals of dynamic and static diesel engine system designs Abstract: 4.1 Introduction to diesel engine performance characteristics 4.2 Theoretical formulae of in-cylinder thermodynamic cycle process 4.3 Engine manifold filling dynamics and dynamic engine system design 4.4 Mathematical formulation of static engine system design 4.5 Steady-state model tuning in engine cycle simulation Chapter 5: Engine-vehicle matching analysis in diesel powertrain system design Abstract: 5.1 The theory of vehicle performance analysis 5.2 Engine-vehicle steady-state matching in engine firing operation 5.3 Powertrain/drivetrain dynamics and transient performance simulation 5.4 Optimization of engine-vehicle powertrain performance 5.5 Hybrid powertrain performance analysis Chapter 6: Engine brake performance in diesel engine system design Abstract: 6.1 Engine-vehicle powertrain matching in engine braking operation 6.2 Drivetrain retarders 6.3 Exhaust brake performance analysis 6.4 Compression-release engine brake performance analysis Chapter 7: Combustion, emissions, and calibration for diesel engine system design Abstract: 7.1 The process from power and emissions requirements to system design 7.2 Combustion and emissions development 7.3 Engine calibration optimization 7.4 Emissions modeling Chapter 8: Diesel aftertreatment integration and matching Abstract: 8.1 Overview of aftertreatment requirements on engine system design 8.2 Diesel particulate filter (DPF) regeneration requirements for engine system design 8.3 Analytical approach of engine-aftertreatment integration Part III: Dynamics, friction, and noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) in diesel engine system design Chapter 9: Advanced diesel valvetrain system design Abstract: 9.1 Guidelines for valvetrain design 9.2 Effect of valve timing on engine performance 9.3 Valvetrain dynamic analysis 9.4 Cam profile design 9.5 Valve spring design 9.6 Analytical valvetrain system design and optimization 9.7 Variable valve actuation (VVA) engine performance 9.8 Variable valve actuation (VVA) for diesel homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI) 9.9 Cylinder deactivation performance Chapter 10: Friction and lubrication in diesel engine system design Abstract: 10.1 Objectives of engine friction analysis in system design 10.2 Overview of engine tribology fundamentals 10.3 Overall engine friction characteristics 10.4 Piston-assembly lubrication dynamics 10.5 Piston ring lubrication dynamics 10.6 Engine bearing lubrication dynamics 10.7 Valvetrain lubrication and friction 10.8 Engine friction models for system design Chapter 11: Noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) in diesel engine system design Abstract: 11.1 Overview of noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) fundamentals 11.2 Vehicle and powertrain noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) 11.3 Diesel engine noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) 11.4 Combustion noise 11.5 Piston slap noise and piston-assembly dynamics 11.6 Valvetrain noise 11.7 Geartrain noise 11.8 Cranktrain and engine block noises 11.9 Auxiliary noise 11.10 Aerodynamic noises 11.11 Engine brake noise 11.12 Diesel engine system design models of noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) Part IV: Heat rejection, air system, engine controls, and system integration in diesel engine system design Chapter 12: Diesel engine heat rejection and cooling Abstract: 12.1 Engine energy balance analysis 12.2 Engine miscellaneous energy losses 12.3 Characteristics of base engine coolant heat rejection 12.4 Cooling system design calculations 12.5 Engine warm-up analysis 12.6 Waste heat recovery and availability analysis Chapter 13: Diesel engine air system design Abstract: 13.1 Objectives of engine air system design 13.2 Overview of low-emissions design and air system requirements 13.3 Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system configurations 13.4 Turbocharger configurations and matching 13.5 Exhaust manifold design for turbocharged engines 13.6 The principle of pumping loss control for turbocharged exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) engines 13.7 Turbocompounding 13.8 Thermodynamic second law analysis of engine system Chapter 14: Diesel engine system dynamics, transient performance, and electronic controls Abstract: 14.1 Overview of diesel engine transient performance and controls 14.2 Turbocharged diesel engine transient performance 14.3 Mean-value models in model-based controls 14.4 Crank-angle-resolution real-time models in model-based controls 14.5 Air path model-based controls 14.6 Fuel path control and diesel engine governors 14.7 Torque-based controls 14.8 Powertrain dynamics and transient controls 14.9 Sensor dynamics and model-based virtual sensors 14.10 On-board diagnostics (OBD) and fault diagnostics 14.11 Engine controller design 14.12 Software-in-the-loop (SIL) and hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) 14.13 Cylinder-pressure-based controls 14.14 Homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI) controls Chapter 15: Diesel engine system specification design and subsystem interaction Abstract: 15.1 The process of system design analysis 15.2 Roadmap of fuel economy improvement 15.3 Critical mode design at various ambient conditions 15.4 Subsystem interaction and optimization Chapter 16: Concluding remarks and outlook for diesel engine system design Abstract: Appendix: Statistics summary for probability analysis Index

About the Author

Dr Qianfan Xin (also known as Harry Xin) obtained his DSc degree from Washington University in St Louis, USA. He has been working at Navistar, Inc. since 1999, and is a Product Manager in the area of advanced simulation analysis on diesel engine performance and system integration. He specializes in diesel engine system design and is noted for his work in this area.

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