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Vehicle Thermal Management Systems Conference proceedings (VTMS11) : 15-16 May 2013, Coventry Technocentre, UK

Author: Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IME)
Publisher: Philadelphia, PA : Woodhead Publishing Ltd., 2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The challenges facing vehicle thermal management continue to increase and optimise thermal energy management must continue as an integral part of any vehicle development programme. VTMS11 covers the latest research and technological advances in industry and academia, automotive and off-highway. Topics addressed include: IC engine thermal loading, exhaust and emissions; HEV, EV and alternative powertrain challenges;  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IME)
ISBN: 0857094726 9780857094728
OCLC Number: 870517915
Description: 1 online resource (346 pages)
Contents: Engines Chapter 1: Study of the vehicle thermal management focused on the engine lubricant oil Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Theoretical study 3 Experimental study 3.4 Sensitivity analysis of the oil temperature 4 Oil warm up behavior 5 Conclusions Chapter 2: A numerical approach on the use of heat storage in order to achieve high EGR rates in cold-climate conditions Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Description of the Studied System 3 Numerical Model Presentation 4 Results of Simulations 5 Discussion 6 Conclusion Chapter 3: The effectiveness of stop-start and thermal management measures to improve fuel economy Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Stop-Start Operation 3 Thermal Management Strategies 4 Nedc Simulations 5 Discussion 6 Conclusions Acknowledgments Chapter 4: Reducing thermal losses from automotive lubricant circuits during cold start by the application of polymer insulation Abstract 2 Introduction 3 Oil Flow Test Rig 4 Finite Difference Model Structure 5 Correlation of the Computational Model With the Experimental Data 6 The Effect of Oilway Polymer Insulation on Rig Temperature Profiles 7 Discussion 8 Conclusion 9 Acknowledgements Chapter 5: The thermal management and fuel consumption effect of future engine technology Abstract Notation 1 Introduction 2 Mahle Di3 Engine & Demonstrator Vehicle 3 Thermal Loading Of The Mahle Downsize Engine 4 Future Gasoline Technologies Applied to the DI3 Engine 5 The Effect of Future Technologies on Thermal Management 6 Conclusions Chapter 6: Method for active EGR cooler refreshing during cold start Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Egr Fouling And Refreshing Theory 3 Description Of The Active Refreshing Method 4 Experimental Setup, Testing And Results 5 Discussion, Conclusion And Outlook Chapter 7: Concepts for cost efficient turbo bearing cooling 1 Abstract 2 Introduction 3 Design Concepts 4 Testing 5 Summary And Outlook Heat Exchangers Chapter 8: Enhanced corrosion protection by microstructural control of aluminium brazing sheet Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Experimental Procedure 3 Results 4 Discussion 5 Conclusions Chapter 9: Refrigerant maldistribution in an evaporator of automotive air conditioning system: investigation and a design improvement by numerical simulations Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Modelling Approach 3 Model Validation 4 Two-Phase Flow Distribution From the Header of Plate and Fin Evaporator 5 Conclusions Waste Heat/Energy Recovery Chapter 10: Heat exchanger design and analysis for an automotive thermoelectric generator Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Teg Heat Exchanger & Control System Design Requirements 3 Principles Of Energy Recovery And Teg Design 4 Teg Location and Package Volume 5 Fin Inclusions And Heat Exchanger Design 6 Numerical Simulations 7 Results and Comparisons 8 Conclusions and Future Work Chapter 11: An investigation of bottoming cycle fluid selection on the potential efficiency improvements of a Euro 6 heavy duty diesel engine Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Baseline Hdde Vehicle Platform 3 Methodology And Modelling 4 Results And Discussion 5 Conclusion And Future Work Chapter 12: Waste heat recovery utilising engine coolant on a hybrid bus Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Waste Heat Recovery 3 Objective And Methodology 4 Modelling 5 Modelling Of Waste Heat Recovery 6 Result Of Modelling 7 Summary 8 Conclusions Chapter 13: Thermal systems evaluation in hybrid electric vehicle by simulation Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Vehicle Simulator 3 Teg 4 Rankine System 5 Heat Storage Tanks 6 Simulation Results 7 Conclusion 8 Acknowledgement Simulation Chapter 14: Cooling system simulation for an off-road machine under transient conditions Abstract 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Model Description and Formulation 3.0 Transient Testing 4.0 Model Configuration and Component Level Validation 5.0 Transient System Level Simulation 6.0 Conclusions Acknowledgments Chapter 15: Mathematical modelling of a reciprocating piston expander Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Expander Modelling 3 Predicted Results 4 Discussion and Conclusions Chapter 16: Thermal assessments of virtual product applications in the pre-development stage Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Overview Emission Regulation 3 Measurements On A Test Vehicle 4 Thermal Simulation Model 5 Virtual Product Application 6 Validation Of Virtual Product Application 7 Outlook Underhood and Vehicle Simulation Chapter 17: Flow and thermal performance prediction for automotive accessory units and their integration into underhood CFD flow analysis with multi thermal systems Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Underhood Simulation With Multi Thermal Systems 3 The Concept Of Virtual Bench Testing For Accessory Components 4 Test Bench For An Egr Cooler Module (A-Type) 5 Type B and Type C Virtual Testbecnhes 6 Conclusion Chapter 18: Transient fan modelling and effects of blade deformation in a truck cooling fan installation Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Theory (Fan Affinity Laws) 3 Method 4 Results And Discussion 5 Conclusions Chapter 19: Effect of sunaEURO (TM)s orientation on boot thermal load Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Test Setup 3 Numerical Simulaton 4 Results 5 Conclusions 6 Future Work Alternative Powertrain/Heat and AC Chapter 20: Thermodynamic model of electric vehicle A/C system with single evaporator Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Model Description 3 Model Parameterization And Validation 4 Model Utilization 5 Conclusion Chapter 21: Use of palliative technologies in minimising HVAC loads and their impact on EV range Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Simulation Methodology 3 Results 4 Impact of Performance On Ev Range 5 Ev Range Study 6 Technology Selection Process 7 Discussion 8 Conclusion Acknowledgements Chapter 22: System thermal and water balance in an evaporatively cooled PEM fuel cell vehicle Abstract 2 Introduction 3 Thermal and Water Balance 4 Fuel Cell System Model 5 Simulation Results 6 Conclusion 7 Acknowledgements Chapter 23: The estimation of electric vehicle battery cell temperatures in driving cycles based on NEDC Abstract 1 Introduction 2 The Model Definition 3 Experimental Measurements 4 Results And Discussion 5 Driving Cycles 6 Conclusion Appendix 1: The Model Electrochemical Equations For Publication Only Chapter 24: CFD simulation and experimental investigation of pressure-drop through 90A Degrees and 30A Degrees angled compact heat-exchangers relative to the oncoming airflow Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Case Definition 3 Method 3 1 Experiments 4 Results And Discussions 5 Conclusions 6 Continuing Investigation Chapter 25: The effects of thermal state changes on friction during the warm up of a spark ignition engine Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Engine, Test Facility and Instrumentation 3 Influences on Warm-Up Characteristics 4 Manipulating Temperature to Improve Fuel Economy During Warm Up 5 Discussion 6 Conclusions Chapter 26: Long term transient cabin heating simulation with multiple fluid node approach Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Experiment Process 3 Simulation Methodology 4 Results and Discussion 5 Conclusions 6 Acknowledgment Author Index
Responsibility: the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE).

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