The Influence of Nozzle Sac Volume on the Composition of Diesel Particulate Fuel Derived SOF 921649
The influence of nozzle sac volume on the composition of the fuel derived solvent organic fraction of diesel particulate from a naturally aspirated 1 litre per cylinder diesel engine was studied. Significant differences in the quantities of the polycyclic aromatic compounds for different sac volumes were found. The emission differences were due to the reduction of unburnt fuel contributions to particulate SOF as the sac volume was reduced.
Citation: Farrar-Khan, J., Andrews, G., Williams, P., and Bartle, K., "The Influence of Nozzle Sac Volume on the Composition of Diesel Particulate Fuel Derived SOF," SAE Technical Paper 921649, 1992, https://doi.org/10.4271/921649. Download Citation
J. R. Farrar-Khan, G. E. Andrews, P. T. Williams, K. D. Bartle
University of Leeds
International Off-Highway & Powerplant Congress & Exposition
Diesel Combustion, Emissions, and Exhaust Aftertreatment-SP-0931