The influence of injection timing on the combustion characteristics for the heterogeneous combustion field using impinging injection
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It is very important to achieve the low particulate and low emissions under high power operation conditions in practical industrial engine and turbine combustion. Several techniques for reducing the emissions have been proposed and a large amount of experimental data has been published. It is well known that the combustion field in practical industrial diesel engine are strongly influenced by the behaviour of injection, distribution of droplets and the premixed ratio of the combustion chamber. As the first step of this study, experiments have been carried out to examine the combustion characteristics of heterogeneous combustion field by using impinging injection and Split injection in a closed chamber. The combustion chamber is equipped with pintle type injection nozzles on each of the opposite walls along the length of the bomb. In this study, we call it “impinging injection” when the injection is performed at same time by two nozzles facing each other and “split injection” when the impinging injection is performed at two different timing. The main conclusions are as follows: 1) the most suitable conditions of injection timing exists for improving the maximum burning pressure and total burning time by using impinging injection; 2) the flame speed can be possible to control by using impinging injection timing from the ignition; 3) the heat release rate for Split injection is larger than that of standard impinging injection.
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Opracowanie rekordu w ramach umowy 509/P-DUN/2018 ze środków MNiSW przeznaczonych na działalność upowszechniającą naukę (2018).