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Internal Combustion Engine Simulation Work-Flow Using the LOGEsoft Suite
This webinar introduces all new features of our latest product releases LOGEengine v3.0.4, LOGEresearch v1.10, as well as the newly born LOGEtable v1.0. Thereafter, a hands-on demonstration of the complete combustion analysis work-flow will be covered with special emphasis on internal combustion engine applications.
Real Time Engine Simulations in LOGEengine 3.0
The webinar will introduce all new features of our latest product release LOGEengine 3.0 and discuss the steps needed to setup an engine combustion analysis with detailed chemistry.
Overview of LOGEengine's features and capabilities.
Top Use Cases: LOGEsoft and LOGEengine
Presentation introducing a few of the top use cases for the CFD analysis software, LOGEsoft and LOGEengine.
Partner Spotlight: LOGE
Cathleen Perlman, CTO of LOGE AB, discusses chemical combustion and CFD simulation tools, LOGEsoft and LOGEengine, available through the Altair Partner Alliance.
Webinar: Introduction to LOGEengine & LOGEresearch
This webinar introduces users to LOGEengine & LOGEresearch, two CFD products offered to APA users by LOGE AB.
Gasoline engine development using LOGEengine
LOGEengine is an integrated simulation method for the prediction and optimization of engine in-cylinder performance parameters and studies of fuel effects on exhaust emissions. It contains a stochastic reactor model for 0D modelling (0d-SRM) with local effects in gas-phase space, direct fuel injection, temperature and species concentrations as random variables, detailed chemical kinetics, prediction of engine exhaust emissions (Soot, NOx, uHC), turbulence consideration via mixing modeling and self-calibration. LOGEengine can also model soot formation for diesel engines using detailed kinetic soot models, with gas phase chemistry, soot particle inception, condensation, coagulation, surface growth and oxidation. It can run equivalence ratio - Temperature (f-T ) diagnostics maps for analysis of regimes of emission formation in diesel engines using zero-dimensional methods with low CPU cost. It analyses local inhomogeneities in gas-phase space for species concentration and temperature due to mixing, fuel injection and heat transfer to cylinder walls, and their influence on soot and NOx formation from different fuels and in individual combustion cycles.