LOGEtable 2.0 released

The newest release of LOGEtable features the new fuel surrogate designer for Diesel and gasoline. This allows the user to define a multi component surrogate blend based on known quantities of the commercial fuel. LOGEtable will also calculate mixture properties on the fly, such as octane and cetane rating, lower heating value, C/H/O ratio, critical pressure and temperature. This release also includes the newest version of the LOGEfuel reaction mechanism database with vastly improved reaction schemes and the possibility to compose mixtures of up to 20 components. With additional changes to the program flow, LOGEtable 2.0 generates more accurate tables than ever before.

You can join our online seminar for this release and learn how to use the new fuel surrogate designer. We are offering 2 sessions, please contact us if you want to join! Other appointments are available upon request.

Session 1: April 24, 2020 at 09:00 AM CEST
Session 2: April 24, 2020 at 15:00 PM CEST

Download LOGEtable 2.0

Join us in Bologna

LOGE will be a proud sponsor during the 2018 CONVERGE User Conference in Bologna, Italy, March 19-23.

Visit us at our booth where we will showcase our advanced tools for enhanced prediction and computational performance in CONVERGE.

Click here for further information about the tools that will be presented: LOGEapi, LOGEtable and LOGEfuel

At the conference, Corinna Netzer, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus, will give a presentation with the title “A Computationally Efficient Combustion Progress Variable (CPV) Approach for Engine Applications”.