Convergent Science’s Engine Modeling Research to be Presented at the ASME Internal Combustion Engine Division’s 2013 Fall Technical Conference
October 7, 2013 – On October 13-16, ASME will be holding its Internal Combustion Engine Division’s 2013 Fall Technical Conference in Dearborn, Michigan. Papers of high technical quality related to the development, advancement and improved understanding of the internal combustion engine will be presented. According to the ASME website, “In addition to two-days of technical presentation of accepted papers, the conference highlights networking activities among members of industry, government and academia, keynote speakers, student presentations, industrial tours, a banquet, and an overall collegial atmosphere to advance the state of the art of the internal combustion engine.”
Dr. P. Kelly Senecal, a co-founder of Convergent Science and consultant to the automotive and engine industries, will be presenting in Track 6 Numerical Simulation at the conference. The papers Large Eddy Simulation of Vaporizing Sprays Considering Multi-Injection Averaging and Grid-Convergent Mesh Resolution and Predictions of Transient Flame Lift-Off Length with Comparison to Single-Cylinder Optical Engine Experiments will be presented.
Also presenting is Dr. Shaoping Quan of Convergent Science with Validation of a Three-Dimensional Internal Nozzle Flow Model Including Automatic Mesh Generation and Cavitation Effects.
Convergent Science, Inc. is a world leader in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software development and consulting. Our flagship product, CONVERGE™, is a CFD software package that is revolutionizing how fluid dynamics modeling is being used by engineers, researchers and designers. With CONVERGE™, traditional CFD bottlenecks (namely grid generation) have been removed from the modeling process, allowing users to spend more time analyzing their simulations and no time generating grids.