ULUSLARARASI KATILIMLI 23.ISI BİLİMİ VE TEKNİĞİ KONGRESİ, Gaziantep, Turkey, 8 - 10 September 2021, pp.554-558
Modeling of in-cylinder combustion in internal combustion engines is still a complex issue. Further development studies are required to accurately predict the performance, combustion regimes and emission behavior of fuels other than conventional fuels such as gasoline or diesel. In this study, experimental data in diesel combustion regime under full load have been used to verify the numerical model using 1-D AVL Boost program. Vibe 2-Zone combustion model was used during validation studies. When the performance and emission values were examined as a result of the simulation, it was seen that there was over 95% compliance. After numerical verification in the diesel combustion regime, the effects of the use of different propane ratios on the performance and emission values were examined by keeping the total fuel mass constant.