Investigations into High-Pressure Diesel Spray-Wall Interaction on Reduction of Exhaust Emission from DI Diesel Engine 2014-01-1250
The current paper is a continuation of research on fuel atomization presented in SAE 2012-01-1662. The influence of varied position of the injector inside the combustion chamber on combustion, toxic compounds formation and exhaust emission were investigated. The simulation research (injection and combustion with NO formation) was supported with the model using the FIRE 2010 software by AVL. Modelling studies of toxic compounds formation were compared with the results of measurements on single-cylinder AVL 5804 engine. There thermodynamic evaluation indicators and exhaust emission were made.
Citation: Pielecha, I., Borowski, P., and Cieslik, W., "Investigations into High-Pressure Diesel Spray-Wall Interaction on Reduction of Exhaust Emission from DI Diesel Engine," SAE Technical Paper 2014-01-1250, 2014, https://doi.org/10.4271/2014-01-1250. Download Citation
Ireneusz Pielecha, Przemyslaw Borowski, Wojciech Cieslik