The Effect of Fuel Injection Rate and Timing on the Physical, Chemical, and Biological Character of Particulate Emissions from a Direct Injection Diesel 810996
Formation of pollutants from diesel combustion and methods for their control have been reviewed. Of these methods, fuel injection rate and timing were selected for a parametric study relative to total particulate, soluble organic fraction (SOF), sulfates, solids and NO and NO2 emissions from a heavy-duty, turbocharged, after-cooled, direct-injection (DI) diesel. Chemical analyses of the SOF were performed at selected engine conditions to determine the effects of injection rate and timing on each of the eight chemical subfractions comprising the SOF. Biological character of the SOF was determined using the Ames Salmonella/microsome bioassay.
Citation: Campbell, J., Scholl, J., Hibbler, F., Bagley, S. et al., "The Effect of Fuel Injection Rate and Timing on the Physical, Chemical, and Biological Character of Particulate Emissions from a Direct Injection Diesel," SAE Technical Paper 810996, 1981, https://doi.org/10.4271/810996. Download Citation
J. Campbell, J. Scholl, F. Hibbler, S. Bagley, D. Leddy, D. Abata, John H. Johnson
Michigan Technological Univ.
1981 SAE International Off-Highway and Powerplant Congress and Exposition
Diesel Combustion and Emissions-Part Iii-SP-0495, SAE 1981Transactions-V90-A