The Burning Velocity in a CFR Engine with Different Turbulent Flow Fields Generated by Intake Valves 800860
An equation has been derived to calculate the burning velocity in a CFR engine from the measured flame speed under different turbulent flow fields. The turbulence is generated during the intake stroke as the fresh charge flows through different perforated 360° shrouded intake valves. The shrouds have holes of different sizes, but of the same total flow area.
Results show that these valves decrease the cycle-to-cycle variation and produce higher burning velocities than conventional valves, particularly at higher engine speeds. The burning velocity depends on the Reynolds number as well as the turbulence scale.
Citation: Chaibongsai, S., Kadota, T., and Henein, N., "The Burning Velocity in a CFR Engine with Different Turbulent Flow Fields Generated by Intake Valves," SAE Technical Paper 800860, 1980, https://doi.org/10.4271/800860. Download Citation
S. Chaibongsai, T. Kadota, N.A. Henein
Wayne State University
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