Effects of Multiple Introduction of Fuel on Performance of a Compression Ignition Engine 640723
An investigation into effects of multiple fuel introduction on isfc, rate-of-pressure rise, ignition delay, and smoothness of P-T diagram was conducted. Work, including pilot and manifold injection and the Vigom process, was conducted in a prechamber, an open chamber, and a Ricardo Comet chamber, all mounted on a CFR crankcase.
Results show marked smoothening of the P-T diagram, with slight loss in fuel economy, particularly in the open chamber, and decrease in ignition delay for both high and low cetane fuels, especially at lower engine speeds. Data show that the quantity of preliminary fuel required for best performance changes considerably with cetane number of the fuel and with combustion chamber.
Citation: Gupta, C., Shipinski, J., Uyehara, O., and Myers, P., "Effects of Multiple Introduction of Fuel on Performance of a Compression Ignition Engine," SAE Technical Paper 640723, 1964, https://doi.org/10.4271/640723. Download Citation
C. P. Gupta, John Shipinski, O. A. Uyehara, P. S. Myers
University of Roorkee, India, University of Wisconsin