In summary to the chapters presented in this book, the previously introduced fuel droplet heating and evaporation models, taking into account temperature gradients, recirculations, and species diffusion within droplets, are further developed and generalised for the application to a broad range of automotive fuel droplets. The research has been conducted in three directions: modelling of biodiesel fuel droplets, modelling of Diesel fuel droplets, and modelling of gasoline fuel droplets.
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
- fuel droplets
- automotive fuels
- droplet heating and evaporation models
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Mansour Qubeissi, SFHEA
- School of Mechanical Engineering - Curriculum Lead (Associate Professor - Academic)
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