International Multidimensional Engine Modeling User’s Group Meeting at the SAE Congress
10:50 am – 5:00 pm Meeting
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm Reception
April 20, 2020
TCF (Cobo) Center
1 Washington Blvd,
Detroit, MI 48226
The International Multidimensional Engine Modeling User’s Group Meeting at the SAE Congress, is organized in association with the Engine Research Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Michigan Technological University, in Detroit Downtown at 10:30 am – 7:30 pm on April 20, 2020. This time and place is chosen because it is expected that many engine modeling code users will be attending the SAE Congress and Exhibition to be held in Detroit, Michigan, in April, 2020. The purpose of the conference is to encourage the exchange of information about engine modeling and to help promote the use of engine modeling by the engine industry.
This meeting will accept papers which feature applications of CFD codes and the development of novel submodels for engine simulations. The agenda of the meeting will be available on March 20, 2020 at https://www.erc.wisc.edu/imem/. The archive past papers at the meetings can be found on the page.
Presentations may encompass applications of CFD codes in the real engine geometry, development of innovative submodels for engine processes, and integration of CFD codes with other simulation tools for new engine designs. Applications of commercial packages by code users, e.g., Star-CD, FIRE, Fluent, Vectis, FORTE, CONVERGE, OpenFOAM, etc., to engine simulations are especially welcome. The presenter of accepted papers will be given a gratis admission to this event. If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please contact Michael Andrie at 608-263-1615, email@example.com.
The presentations will end at approximately 5:30 pm and the meeting will be followed by a reception. Registration fee is $200 US ($150 US before April 6, 2020). An additional fee of $50 US will be charged for later registrations. The registration fee is to help defray the cost for the reception and facilities. If you plan to attend the meeting, you may register on-line. Speakers will be provided a gratis registration link after acceptance of their paper.
Important deadlines are:
January 31, 2020: Offer of presentation (by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with proposed paper title and authors)
March 13, 2020: Extended Abstract Due (by email to email@example.com, no more than 6 pages with page size of 8.5 inches times 11 inches in MS Word or PDF format)
March 20, 2020: Notification of Acceptance and Presentation Schedule finalized
April 6, 2020: Last day to register at the reduced fee
Dr. Rolf Reitz and Dr. Christopher Rutland
University of Wisconsin-Madison
1500 Engineering Dr.
Madison, WI 53706
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Dr. Youngchul Ra
Department of ME-EM, MEEM-90
Michigan Technological University
1400 Townsend Drive
Houghton, MI 49931
Past Papers and Presentations
Perini, F., and R. .D. Reitz. FRESCO - an Object-Oriented, Parallel Platform for Internal Combustion Engine simulations. 2018.
University of Wisconsin-MadisonRead more
Zellat, M., D. Abouri, C. Kralj, Y. Liang, and J. Lim. Improved GDI Combustion and Knock Predictions Using G-Equation With Multi-Component Fuel and Detailed Chemistry Using STAR-CD. 2018.
Siemens Industry SoftwareRead more
Haworth, D., S. Ferreyro-Fernandez, W. Ge, A. Imren, M. Modest, C. Paul, S. Roy, and A. Sircar. Soot and Spectral Radiation Modeling in ECN Spray A and in Engines. 2017.
Penn State Univ, Marquette University, University of California-MercedRead more
Puduppakkam, K., E. Meeks, A. Modak, and C. Naik. Unified Soot Model for Predicting Soot Particle Numbers in CFD Simulations of GDI and Diesel engines. 2017.
ANSYS Inc.Read more
Meijer, C., P. Priesching, F. Tap, and M. Tvrdojevic. Emissions Predictions for Diesel Engines Based on Chemistry Tabulation . 2017.
AVL Dacolt BV (The Netherlands), AVL List GmbH (Austria)Read more
Zellat, M., D. Abouri, and Y. Liang. Modeling Combustion and Pollutants Formation in DI-SI Engines With a Special Emphasis on Knock Using the G-Equation Method With Flamelet and Detailed Chemistry. 2017.
Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc.Read more
Zhao, L., S.-Y. Lee, and S. Potham. Numerical Study of Droplet Evaporation on A Flat Plate Using Volume of Fluid (VOF) Method. 2017.
Michigan Technological UniversityRead more
Yue, Z., and R. Reitz. Simulation of High Pressure Sprays Based on Phase Equilibrium and Jet theory. 2017.
ERC, University of Wisconsin-MadisonRead more
Netzer, C., H. Lehtiniemi, F. Mauss, F. Ravet, and L. Seidel. Efficient Tracking of Knock Onset for a Wide Range of Fuel surrogates. 2017.
Brandenburg University of Technology, Lund University, Renault S.A.S, Brandenburg University of TechnologyRead more
Ameen, M., and S. Som. Capturing Cyclic Variability in SI Engines With High-Fidelity LES Using a New Parallel Perturbation Approach. 2017.
Argonne National LaboratoryRead more