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Unsteady Heat Conduction Phenomena in Internal Combustion Engine Chamber and Exhaust Manifold Surfaces

In book: Heat Transfer - Engineering Applications
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    • "Nowadays, technology changes in the field of the internal combustion engines (mainly the diesel ones) are happening extremely fast. New demands are added towards the areas of controlled ignition of new and alternative fuels ([5]), reduction of tailpipe emissions ([6]) and improved engine construction that would ensure operation under extreme combustion chamber pressures (well above 200 bar) [7]. Furthermore, In recent years, highly laboratory costs of the designing and manufacturing of combustion engines and furnaces ,especially when conditions are variable , demand for mathematical models in analyzing issues and accurate simulation of mathematical models in the field of combustion. "

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