Best Books – Engine Simulation

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Engine Simulation subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Engine Simulation along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Engine Simulation subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Engine Simulation" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Computer Simulation of CI Engine Processes” by V Ganesan

“Computer Simulation of CI Engine Processes” Book Review: This volume tries to portray a conventionalized structure for the wide and compound map of technical material that survives on compression–ignition engines and also inculcates appropriate details to transfer the complexity of engine simulation. The text focuses on thermodynamics, combustion physics and chemistry, heat transfer and friction methods regarding compression–ignition engines. The book provides simplified presumptions. It consists of basics and is designed for undergraduate and postgraduate students along with practicing engineers.

2. “Computer Simulation of SI Engine Process” by Ganesan

“Computer Simulation of SI Engine Process” Book Review: This volume encompasses the theory and computer algorithms for the simulation of spark ignition (SI) engine technologies. It includes the elementary concepts along with advanced level topics related to spark ignition engine technologies. It is designed for undergraduates, postgraduates and Ph.D scholars.

3. “Cfd Simulation of Internal Combustion Engines” by Abhijeet Vaidya

“Cfd Simulation of Internal Combustion Engines” Book Review: The work is handy for calculating and understanding complex flow patterns. This volume contains all aspects of CFD methods to counterfeit the mixing of fuel with air in GDI engines. It encompasses the regulating equations, numerical methods for solving them, techniques of examination of data (in the context of mixing processes) and programming methodologies. The volume is appropriate for professionals performing CFD analysis using CFD softwares for thermal systems particularly reciprocating systems such as engines, compressors and systems involving sprays, etc. It is a handy book for those who are developing CFD tools.

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4. “Simulating Combustion: Simulation of combustion and pollutant formation for engine-development” by Günter P Merker and Christian Schwarz

“Simulating Combustion: Simulation of combustion and pollutant formation for engine-development” Book Review: This volume encompasses a brief introduction of functionality and handling modes of internal combustion engines. It also includes fundamentals of kinetic reactions. It comprises the physical and chemical processes happening in the combustion chamber. Furthermore, the text covers phenomenological multi-zone models and the formation of pollutants.

5. “Real Gas Simulations of a Sub-Scale Liquid Rocket Engine” by Matthieu Masquelet

“Real Gas Simulations of a Sub-Scale Liquid Rocket Engine” Book Review: This work is efficient in performing Large-Eddy Simulations in geometrical configurations ranging from an axisymmetric slice to a 3D slice up to a full 3D combustor. It presents the results of the significance of the unsteady dynamics of the flow particularly the interaction between the various injectors. This volume presents a thorough review of the state of our understanding on supercritical combustion in a coaxial injector configuration. It also presents a comprehensive roadmap towards the finishing of this aim and the possible application of CFD as a design tool for a modern liquid rocket engine.

6. “Combustion Engines Development: Mixture Formation, Combustion, Emissions and Simulation” by Günter P Merker and Christian Schwarz

“Combustion Engines Development: Mixture Formation, Combustion, Emissions and Simulation” Book Review: This volume provides a solution to issues such as non availability of the source code for the commercially available computing programmes for simulation and not having sufficient understanding about the physical and chemical features of the approaches that the programmes are based on. This work emphasizes on the goal to identify various physical and chemical approaches. It also aims to present the possibilities and disadvantages of the models used.

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