Simulation of Fuel Injection in Diesel Engines
The numerical simulation of fuel injection in diesel engines has received much attention in recent years according to the diesel powered cars increase in number in Europe [l]. The aim of these studies is the improvement of the engine drivability by the control of the power output fluctuations .
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