Browse Publications Technical Papers 2001-01-3506

A Study of Effects of Design Parameters on Transient Response and Injection Rate Shaping for a Common Rail Injector System 2001-01-3506

FIRCRI-a flexible injection rate common rail injector was developed. This paper presents the working principle and the configuration of the injector. As key technologies in development of the injector, a new fast response solenoid valve was developed and 4 dimensionless design parameters of hydraulic system were presented by through computer simulation and experimental study. The solenoid valve was deliberately designed so as to eliminate the hydraulic force acting on the valve. Other configuration parameters were also optimized so that the response time of the solenoid valve is 0.3 ms. It is interesting to find that the response time of the injector is not only determined by the solenoid valve, but all parameters of the hydraulic system of the injector. The injector can realize pilot injection, which is less than 2.5mm3, at a controllable phase and multi-injections. The injection rate of the injector can be regulated as echelon and boot shape, according to the requirement fitting engine combustion system by change some parts of the injector.


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