Assessing Engine Knock Conditions using ANSYS Chemkin’s Spark Ignited Engine Model - Webinar

The occurrence of knocking in a spark ignited internal combustion engine is a complex process that results from the auto-ignition of the unburned fuel/air mixture ahead of the propagating flame. Engine designers require tools that can predict knock occurrence, knock intensity, and the impact of model inputs on engine performance and trade-offs.

Discover how ANSYS Chemkin’s Spark Ignited Engine model coupled with detailed kinetics from the Model Fuel Library enables engine designers to quickly assess engine operating conditions early in the design process to determine if knocking will occur. Learn how the reduced order Spark Ignited Engine model can be used to identify knocking conditions and the onset of knock.