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use of fumigation to suppress combustion noise in diesel engines

D. C. Palmer

use of fumigation to suppress combustion noise in diesel engines

by D. C. Palmer

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Thesis(M.Sc.) - Loughborough University of Technology 1983.

Statementby D.C. Palmer.
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Open LibraryOL19603012M

The Achates Power Inc. (API) Opposed Piston (OP) Engine architecture provides fundamental advantages that increase thermal efficiency over current poppet valve 4 stroke engines. In this paper, combustion performance of diesel and gasoline compression ignition (GCI) combustion in a medium duty, OP engine are shown. This work presents a computer simulation of the exhaust nitric oxide and soot emission histories from a four stroke, naturally aspirated, Diesel engine with a swirl prechamber (divided chamber). The simulation is based on a thermodynamic analysis, which was validated successfully concerning the performance of the engine (load, fuel consumption, maximum pressures, etc).

Yilmaz and Donaldson used modeling to investigate chemical processes involved during combustion of methanol in a diesel engine. They observed that use of methanol in diesel engines leads to lower engine efficiency and higher emissions due to engine oil dilution with fuel. This may also lead to engine failure at higher engine load conditions. The stochastic combustion model in this study was first proposed in [] for conventional combustion with single-stage injection in DI diesel then this model was modified in [24–26] to analyze the PCCI combustion to Ref. [], this model has employed a stochastic turbulent mixing model coupled with a quasi-global chemical kinetic model to describe the heterogeneous.

The purpose of the work was to determine the conditions under which pilot liquid diesel flame (as a source of heat) can ignite natural gas directly injected into the cylinder for diesel engines. The work included experimental and numerical simulation of a conventional diesel and natural gas fueling. The engine was operated at medium speed and load conditions of RPM and 3 bar (brake mean. Both spark ignition (SI) natural gas engines and compression ignition (CI) dual fuel (DF) engines suffer from knocking when the unburnt mixture ignites spontaneously prior to the flame front arrival. In this study, a parametric investigation is performed on the knocking performance of these two engine types by using the GT-Power software. An SI natural gas engine and a DF engine are modelled.


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Use of fumigation to suppress combustion noise in diesel engines by D. C. Palmer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Effects of engine speed, engine load output, injection timing of the biofuel and the blend ratio with pure diesel fuel on the engine output torque, combustion noise (maximum pressure rise rate.

Previous works showed the correlations existing between in cylinder combustion and the acoustic emission radiated by the engine, and presented a possible approach to use this signal in the engine.

charged engine. A shallow dish-type combustion chamber was used. The aspect ratio of the combustion chamber and the compression ratio were andrespectively. The port swirl ratio was set to An AVL type noise meter was used for combustion noise evaluation. The experiments were conducted under light, medium and full loads.

Under variation of engine load (25, 50 and 75%) different levels of hydrogen energy substitution are investigated.

This study examines the combustion performance of hydrogen diesel dual-fuel through peak pressure location, cycle to cycle variability and combustion by: 5. Investigations of Close-Coupled Pilot Injections to Reduce Combustion Noise in a Small-Bore Diesel Engine; SAE T echnical Paper; SAE International: Troy, MI, USA, To use of fumigation to suppress combustion noise in diesel engines book insight into the combustion characteristics of ethanol/diesel blends, the engine combustion processes for blended fuels and diesel fuel were observed using an engine video system (AVL ).

Morsy () studied the effect of ethanol-water mixture on the exergy efficiency of a dual fuel diesel engine.

The test indicated the use of ethanol/ water fumigation in diesel engines is. Engine out emission improvement and further fuel economy benefits have always been the driver for innovations in fuel injection systems as a contribution to diesel combustion improvement.

Engine test evaluations have now proven the potential of increased injection pressures in combination with multi injection patterns for heavy duty as well as.

Experiments were conducted in a single cylinder diesel engine with natural gas fumigation into the intake air [ICEF], followed by combustion simulation work [ICEF].

In general, NOx emissions were found to trend with the premixed gas lambda, λ ng (as opposed to λ total), which is a result of the contribution of NOx from. The most critical aspect of increasing the use of CI diesel engines in the United States to take advantage of their excellent efficiency is the development and production of technologies that can enable these engines to meet the and post exhaust emissions standards.

As noted above, CI diesel engines without emission controls have very low. The present work has tried to use EG in diesel engine using fumigation mode. Combustion and emissions characteristics are investigated with four low EGER (named EG0, EG5, EG10 and EG15 respectively) on DEGDF engine at r/min.

For diesel engines, diesel injection timing is an important parameter that affects the combustion and emissions. However, the effects of injection timing on the engine performance and exhaust emissions have not been clearly studied when using DMCC method in diesel engines.

It is the high pressure-rise rates associated with the auto-ignition of fuel during the premixed combustion stage that produces the characteristic "knocking" noise widely associated with diesel engines.

This noise is often referred to as diesel knock [1] or combustion roughness [2]. Oxygen enriched combustion is one of the attractive combustion technologies to control pollution and improve combustion in diesel engines. An experimental test was conducted on a single cylinder direct injection diesel engine to study the impact of oxygen enrichment on pollution and performance parameters by increasing the oxygen concentration of intake air from 21 to 27% by volume.

In this chapter, as an alternative to conventional engines, compressed biogas (CBG)-fueled compression ignition (CI) engine was evaluated.

Biogas fuel is considerably economic due to the local product fuel compared to that of CNG and LPG fuels for many countries. In addition, due to the higher octane rate, biogas is considerably adaptable for the diesel engines.

Combustion noise accounts for about 40 percent of the overall engine noise in typical turbocharged diesel engines. The experimental investigation of noise generation is difficult due to its inherent complexity and measurement limitations.

Therefore, it is important to develop efficient numerical strategies in order to gain a better. A comprehensive analysis of combustion behaviour during cold, intermediately cold, warm and hot start stages of a diesel engine are presented.

Experiments were conducted at rpm and rpm, and the discretisation of engine warm up into stages was facilitated by designing a custom drive cycle. Advanced injection timing, observed during the cold start period, led to longer ignition delay.

Optimal controller gains were found to be limited by the high system gain at late combustion timings and high-load conditions; furthermore, the measurement-noise sensitivity was found to be higher at the low-load operating points where the ignition delay is more sensitive to variations in load and intake conditions.

Downloadable (with restrictions). Biofuels have grabbed the attention of engine researchers ever since the oil-crisis and escalating costs of petro-chemicals cropped up in the ׳70s. Ethanol and methanol were the most widely researched alcohols in IC engines.

However, the last decade has witnessed significant amount of research in higher alcohols due to the development of modern fermentation. Unsilenced Exhaust Noise n Unlike engine block noise, exhaust noise increases significantly with engine load n Graph at right shows noise level vs.

load for a cyl. KW engine ( RPM diesels) 63 Octave Band Frequency (Hz) Sound Pressure @ 1 m (dB) 25% 50% 75% % ASHRAE TC. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the effects of using gas to liquid (GTL)-biodiesel blends as an alternative fuel on the physical properties as well as the combustion and emission reduction characteristics in a diesel engine.

In order to assess the influence of the GTL-biodiesel blending ratio, the biodiesel is blended with GTL fuel, which is a test fuel with various blending ratios.The usage of ethanol and two different mixtures of ethanol and gasoline (E85 and E65) was investigated on a modified diesel engine designed to work in a dual-fuel combustion mode with intake manifold alcohol injection.

The tests were conducted at five operating points covering low, medium and high load and different engine speeds. Additionally, an engine-process simulation model was built for.Topics: Combustion, Cycles, Diesel engines, Nitrogen oxides, Noise (Sound), Steady state, Transients (Dynamics), Engines, Pressure, Temperature Combustion Phasing Effect on Cycle Efficiency of a Diesel Engine Using Advanced Gasoline Fumigation.