This article describes the fuel jet flow formed by the nozzle during carburetion in a combustion engine. Optical sections in fuel flow were measured using optical density at different pressures of fuel. By determining the parameters for the speed at which fuel can flow, the bench for the performance of fuel sprayers can be defined. This aids in research into the character of fuel burning, in this case in a diesel cylinder, with sizable degrees of heterogeneity of fuel-air ratios and pressure and temperature levels, all of which can lead to less effective use of fuel in the cycle. Some 1-2% loss is due to imperfections in the heat inputs, creating soot, and another 8% is due to heat input impertinence, leading to a final rate of fuel drop. The distribution of fuel mass by speed will depend on fuel expiration from the hole. The increase of front speed and the development of fuel flow results from increasing the frequency of the fuel pump and allows researchers to make conclusions about the nozzle's stability during operation.

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    Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

    Plytines g. 27
    Vilnius,   Lithuania  LT-2016
  • Authors:
    • Matievsky, D
    • Svistula, A
    • Eskov, A
  • Publication Date: 2005


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  • Accession Number: 00989384
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: UC Berkeley Transportation Library
  • Files: BTRIS, TRIS
  • Created Date: May 3 2005 12:00AM