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Uniqueness, Achievements and Future Prospects of Engine Combustion Network (ECN)

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Author(J)1) Gilles Bruneaux
Author(E)1) Gilles Bruneaux
Affiliation(J)1) IFP Energies nouvelles
Affiliation(E)1) IFPEN
Abstract(E)The Engine Combustion Network (ECN) is a collaborative network created in 2009. It is based on the development of diesel and gasoline target conditions with emphasis on CFD modeling shortcomings. the results are submitted to online archive ( with fields (like geometry and uncertainty) specifically tailored for CFD simulations. Workshops are organized to compare experimental-experimental and CFD-CFD results side-by-side. The presentation focusses on the uniqueness of this network, highlights the main scientific achievements, and addresses future directions.

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