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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Emission control modeling.|
|Publisher||Society of Automotive Engineers,|
|Subjects||Automobiles--Pollution control devices--Congresses. ; Automobiles--Motors--Exhaust gas--Congresses.|
|Collation||103 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.|
"March 2001." "SAE/SP-01/1605"--T.p. verso. Includes bibliographical references.
Collection of papers from the 2001 SAE World Congress, held March 5-8 in Detroit, Michigan. Papers cover a range of computer modeling applications to emissions systems design. Topics covered include heat management, fluid flow modeling (1D as well as 3D), durability analysis, muffler and catalyst performance, and integration of emission systems to engine performance and control. Paper topics are: microkinetics modeling of catalytic converters; on a model-based control of a three-way catalytic converter; an integrated powertrain (IPT) model - stage 2, systems integration, supervisory control and simulation of emissions control technology; 1D unsteady flows with chemical reactions in the exhaust duct-system of SI engines - predictions and experiments; a modular numerical simulation tool predicting catalytic converter light-off by improved modeling of thermal management and conversion characteristics; the solution for steady state temperature distribution in monolithic catalytic converters; optimum gas design and durability analysis of catalytic converter assembly; numerical analysis of the exhaust gas flow and heat transfer in a close-coupled catalytic converter system during warm-up; and three-dimensional numerical study on the pulsating flow inside an automotive muffler with complicated flow path.