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The layout of exhaust systems

An integrated approach using computer algebra simulation
  • Frank Mertins
  • Gerd Baumann
  • Stefan Braun
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Abstract

Visual Analysis utilizes computer algebra to simulate exhaust systems. By means of computer algebra simulation (CALS), a modular model is implemented. The influence of physical as well as chemical properties in the design of exhaust systems is represented in this article. The modular design of the exhaust system is reflected in the software.

Keywords

Catalytic Converter Exhaust System Heat Shield Outer Pipe Single Pipe 
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Auslegung von Abgasanlagen

Ein integrierter Zugang mit Computer-Algebra-Simulation

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  • Frank Mertins
  • Gerd Baumann
  • Stefan Braun

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