Influence of Combustion Chamber Shape and In-Cylinder Density on Soot Formation in Diesel Combustion

The change in the smoke emissions from a diesel engine with the shapes of the combustion chamber and the in-cylinder density was investigated with focuses on the mixing and the soot formation in a spray flame. First, the mixing of the fuel and air between the nozzle exit and the set-off length was used as an indicator for the formation of soot. Although this indicator can explain the influence of the density, it cannot explain the changes in the smoke emissions with a change in the shape of the combustion chamber. Next, by focusing on the soot distribution in a quasi-steady-state spray flame, the soot formed in the high-density condition of an optically accessible engine was investigated by applying two-color method. These results showed that the positional relationship between the maximum soot amount position and the flame impinging position can be a major influence on the smoke emissions.

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  • Accession Number: 01740379
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: SAE International
  • Report/Paper Numbers: 2019-01-2271
  • Files: TRIS, SAE
  • Created Date: May 4 2020 3:14PM