Physical and Chemical Ignition Delay in an operating diesel engine using the hot-motored technique—part II 600057
THE PRESENT WORK uses both the hot-motored technique and a nitrogen technique to obtain three pressure-time records — one without either vaporization or chemical reaction, one with vaporization only, and one with both vaporization and chemical reaction.
By comparison of these three records, rates of vaporization and rates of chemical reaction can be determined during the ignition delay period in an operating diesel engine. Such data are shown for different fuels and operating conditions. Estimations are made of the penetration and temperatures existing in the spray.*
Citation: Chiang, C., Myers, P., and Uyehara, O., "Physical and Chemical Ignition Delay in an operating diesel engine using the hot-motored technique—part II," SAE Technical Paper 600057, 1960, https://doi.org/10.4271/600057. Download Citation
C. W. Chiang, P. S. Myers, O. E. Uyehara