Browse Publications Technical Papers 2008-01-1187
2008-04-14

HCCI Combustion on a Diesel VCR Engine 2008-01-1187

A variable compression ratio (VCR) technology, that has a new piston-crankshaft mechanism with multi links, has been patented and developed by Nissan for some years (This technology has been detailed in previous SAE paper 2003-01-0921 and 2005-01-1134).
This paper will present the use of this VCR technology for Diesel engine. The objective set with the use of VCR for Diesel engine is mainly to reduce as much as possible engine out emission to prepare for long-term, more strict emission standards.
Results presented will include the description of the 2l Diesel VCR engine and its VCR mechanism adapted to Diesel constraints. Combustion tests have been performed with the use of HCCI (Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition) combustion. This technology is still in a research phase in Renault: the adaptation of VCR technology to a Diesel engine consists in the modification of several parts with the addition of lower links, control links and control shaft.
The presentation of test results will explain how the HCCI combustion used in relation with a dedicated VCR mechanism control strategy allows reducing engine out emissions. An optimized compression ratio map function of engine speed and load is also detailed. The control of the variation of the compression ratio is not described in the paper.

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