Injection Strategies Tuning for the Use of Bio-Derived Fuels in a Common Rail HSDI Diesel Engine 2003-01-0768
The potentialities in terms of engine performance and emissions reduction of pure biodiesel were examined on a Common Rail HSDI Diesel engine, trying to define a proper tuning of the injection strategies to bio-fuel characteristics.
An experimental investigation was therefore carried out on a typical European passenger car Diesel engine, fuelled with a soybean oil derived biodiesel. A standard European diesel fuel was also used as a reference.
In particular, the effects of an equal relative air/fuel ratio at full load condition were analysed; further, a sensitivity study on the outcome of the pilot injection timing and duration at part load on engine emissions was performed.
Potentialities in recovering the performance gap between fossil fuel and biodiesel and in reducing NOx specific emissions, affecting only to a limited extent the biodiesel emission benefit in terms of CO, HC and FSN, were highlighted.
Citation: Postrioti, L., Battistoni, M., Grimaldi, C., and Millo, F., "Injection Strategies Tuning for the Use of Bio-Derived Fuels in a Common Rail HSDI Diesel Engine," SAE Technical Paper 2003-01-0768, 2003, https://doi.org/10.4271/2003-01-0768. Download Citation
Lucio Postrioti, Michele Battistoni, Carlo N. Grimaldi, Federico Millo
Università di Perugia, Politecnico di Torino
SAE 2003 World Congress & Exhibition
Ci Engine Combustion Processes & Performance With Alternative Fuels-SP-1737, SAE 2003 Transactions Journal of Fuels and Lubricants-V112-4
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