Characterization of Mixture Formation Processes in DI Gasoline Engine Sprays with Split Injection Strategy via Laser Absorption and Scattering (LAS) Technique 2003-01-3161
In order to investigate the effect of split injections on mixture formation processes in Direct Injection (DI) gasoline engine sprays, an experimental study was conducted applying the laser absorption and scattering (LAS) technique to the sprays using double pulse injections with various dwells and mass ratios. The effects of various dwells and mass ratios between the pulsed injections on the spatial concentration distributions in the spray, the penetration of vapor and liquid phases, and the mean equivalence ratios of the vapor phase and overall spray, were clarified. It was found that the phenomenon of high concentration liquid spray piling up at the leading edge of the spray is avoided by the double injections with enough dwell or appropriate mass ratio. The maximum penetration length of the spray significantly decreases, especially for the liquid phase with high concentration. Moreover, the mean equivalence ratios including vapor phase and overall spray are significantly affected by the double pulse injections with various dwells and mass ratios.
Citation: Li, T., Hiroyasu, H., Zhang, Y., and Nishida, K., "Characterization of Mixture Formation Processes in DI Gasoline Engine Sprays with Split Injection Strategy via Laser Absorption and Scattering (LAS) Technique," SAE Technical Paper 2003-01-3161, 2003, https://doi.org/10.4271/2003-01-3161. Download Citation
Tie Li, Hiroyuki Hiroyasu, Yuyin Zhang, Keiya Nishida
Kinki University, University of Hiroshima
SAE Powertrain & Fluid Systems Conference & Exhibition
Gasoline Direct Injection Engine and Spark Ignition Performance-SP-1807, SAE 2003 Transactions Journal of Fuels and Lubricants-V112-4
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