Here you will find geometrical and boundary condition data for the small-bore, swirl-supported diesel research engine. The cylinder head is from a GM 1.9L, light-duty diesel engine. Two piston geometries are available, as are valve lift curves and flow coefficients. Spray targeting is defined for two different sets of experiments.
CFD geometry files
Conventional piston bowl, flat top
Conventional piston bowl, with valve cutouts
Stepped-lip piston bowl, flat top
Valve Lift and Flow
Spray targeting is changed based on the study. Validation data are available for two studies. These two files provide the corresponding spray targeting information:
Descriptions of the geometry can be found in the following sources:
Perini, K. Zha, S. Busch, E. Kurtz, R. Peterson, A. Warey, R.D. Reitz, “Piston geometry effects in a light-duty, swirl-supported diesel engine: flow structure characterization”, Int J Engine Res, under review, 2016;
Perini, P.C. Miles, R.D. Reitz, “A comprehensive modeling study of in-cylinder fluid flows in a high-swirl, light-duty optical diesel engine”, Computers & Fluids 2014(105):113-124, doi:10.1016/j.compfluid.2014.09.011.
Perini, K. Zha, S. Busch, P.C. Miles, R.D. Reitz, “Principal Component Analysis and study of port-induced swirl structures in a light-duty optical diesel engine”, SAE Technical Paper 2015-01-1696, SAE 2015 World Congress and Exhibition, Detroit, MI, Apr 21-23, 2015.