Research on a DPF Regeneration Burner System for Use when Engine is not in Operation 2019-01-2237
An on board burner that enables DPF regeneration even when an engine is at standstill has been researched. By employing pre evaporative combustion with a wick burner, miniaturization of the burner system was successfully accomplished as well as stable ignition and combustion. Total heat necessary for DPF regeneration was reduced in comparison to the active DPF regeneration by means of engine control and an oxidation catalyst. Uneven temperature distribution in DPF and excessive temperature rise, which had been recognized as issues in the regeneration of a DPF while engine is at standstill, were solved by increase of combustion air amount and multi-step control of regeneration temperature and reliable regeneration was accomplished.
Citation: Igarashi, T., Adachi, Y., Tsumagari, I., Sato, S. et al., "Research on a DPF Regeneration Burner System for Use when Engine is not in Operation," SAE Technical Paper 2019-01-2237, 2019. Download Citation