The Combustion of Gaseous Fuels in a Dual Fuel Engine of the Compression Ignition Type with Particular Reference to Cold Intake Temperature Conditions 800263
The present contribution is mainly concerned with an investigation of the characteristics of dual fuel operation under cold intake temperatures, primarily from the viewpoint of engine performance and exhaust emissions. The gaseous fuels employed were methane, propane, hydrogen and ethylene. The addition of the inerts carbon dioxide and nitrogen were also considered. Comparison with the corresponding normal diesel operation was made throughout.
Citation: Karim, G. and Burn, K., "The Combustion of Gaseous Fuels in a Dual Fuel Engine of the Compression Ignition Type with Particular Reference to Cold Intake Temperature Conditions," SAE Technical Paper 800263, 1980, https://doi.org/10.4271/800263. Download Citation
G. A. Karim, K. S. Burn
Dept. of Mechanical Engrg., Univ. of Calgary, (Calgary/Canada)
1980 Automotive Engineering Congress and Exposition