In-cylinder flow design based on the representative scales of turbulence and premixed combustion 2019-01-2210
Dilution combustion with exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) has been applied for the improvement of thermal efficiency. In order to stabilize the high diluted combustion, it is important to form an appropriate turbulence in the combustion cylinder. Turbulent intensity needs to be strengthened to increase the combustion speed, while too strong turbulence causes ignition instability. In this study, the factor of combustion instability under high diluted conditions was analyzed by using single cylinder engine test, optical engine test and 3D CFD simulation. Finally, methodology of in-cylinder flow design is attempted to build without any function by taking into account the representative scales of turbulence and premixed combustion.
Citation: Mito, Y., Shiraishi, T., and Teraji, A., "In-cylinder flow design based on the representative scales of turbulence and premixed combustion," SAE Technical Paper 2019-01-2210, 2019. Download Citation