Reduction of NOx Emissions of D. I. Diesel Engines by Application of the Miller-System: An Experimental and Numerical Investigation 960844
Emissions and performance parameters of a medium size, medium speed D.I. diesel engine with increased charge air pressure and reduced but fixed inlet valve opening period have been measured and compared to the standard engine. While power output and fuel consumption are slightly improved, nitric oxide emissions can be reduced by up to 20%. The measurements confirm the results of simulations for both performance and emissions, for which a quasidimensional model including detailed chemistry for nitric oxide prediction has been developed.
Citation: Stebler, H., Weisser, G., Hōrler, H., and Boulouchos, K., "Reduction of NOx Emissions of D. I. Diesel Engines by Application of the Miller-System: An Experimental and Numerical Investigation," SAE Technical Paper 960844, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/960844. Download Citation
Hansruedi Stebler, German Weisser, Hans-Ulrich Hōrler, Konstantinos Boulouchos
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
International Congress & Exposition
SAE 1996 Transactions - Journal of Engines-V105-3