1975-02-01

Noise, Emissions and Performance of the Diesel Engine-A Comparison Between DI and IDI Combustion Systems 750796

A direct as well as an indirect injection system have been studied in regard to noise, exhaust emissions and fuel consumption on a V-10 diesel engine. The dependency of the sound pressure levels on engine speed, engine load and injection timing is described for both combustion systems. The noise reduction achieved by optimisation of injection timing is shown in relation to the respective changes in exhaust and smoke emission output and fuel consumption.

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