LIVE Combustion and performance Engineer – Foundation Program
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By taking this course you will be able to:
• Become familiar with the Engine Layout and Configuration for Gasoline & Diesel engines
• Gain familiarization on various calibration parameters for Gasoline & Diesel engines & theirimpact on performance.
• Gain knowledge on how to optimize Engine performance
• Understand the effect of various operating conditions to the engine performance
• Gain familiarization on engine calibration methodologies CO control, HC control, NOx control & PM control
• learn the importance of each component, sensor and actuator of Fuel system & Air system
• gain a brief overview of emission norms and the how to create Engine level targets
• recognize the thermodynamics involved in air system and fuel system
• Understand any air and fuel system layouts of modern engines
ONLINE COURSE DETAILS
ONLINE COURSE DATES AND TIMES
|19-DEC- 20 To 16-JAN-21||Tue, Thu: 5:30 – 7 pm
Sat, Sun: 10:00 – 11:30 am
ALL RECORDINGS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON YOUR COURSE PAGE FOR 12 MONTHS.
|S.No||Lesson Name||Topic||Duration (hours)|
|1||Performance calibration for IC Engines||Motivation||0.5|
|2||Development cycles in Engine development||Different development cycles in IC Engine development and the challenges faced in each stage||1.5|
|3||Emission regulations application||Emission regulations application to IC Engines and derive engine level targets||3|
|4||Introduction of Design of Experiments||5 DoE designs introduction||2|
|5||Application of Design of experiments for IC Engine testing||Choose any one design for application of Global design and any one design for application of local design||8|
|6||Introduction to Engine modelling||What is Engine modelling and how it helps
Different methods of Engine modelling
|7||Engine model creation and validation||Application of polynomial and gaussian process for Engine model selection||5|
|8||calG usage for Engine calibration||Usage of Engine model and calG for Engine calibration||3|