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International Journal of Automotive Technology 2014;15(6): 861-869.
INFLUENCE OF PILOT INJECTION ON COMBUSTION CHARACTERISTICS AND EMISSIONS IN A DI DIESEL ENGINE FUELED WITH DIESEL AND DME
J. H. JEONG1, D. W. JUNG1, O. T. LIM1, Y. D. PYO2, Y. J. LEE2
1University of ulsan
2Korea Institute of Energy Research
ABSTRACT
This work experimentally investigates how the dwell time between pilot injection and main injection influences combustion and emissions characteristics (NOx, CO, THC and smoke) in a single-cylinder DI diesel engine. The experiments were conducted using two fuel injection systems according to the fuel type, diesel or dimethyl ether (DME), due to the different fuel characteristics. The injection strategy is accomplished by varying the dwell time (10
Key Words: Diesel−dimethyl ether fuel blends, Emission characteristics, Spray characteristics
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