Experiments and Modeling on Spray Distributions in the Combustion Chamber of a Direct Injection Diesel Engine 961820
Distributions of non-evaporating diesel sprays impinging on a simulated combustion chamber wall were observed from various directions while changing some of the experimental parameters, such as nozzle projection and top-clearance. High-speed photography was used in this study to examine the effects of these parameters on the spray distributions. Moreover, the spray distributions were predicted by using a spray model based on a multi-package model. The calculated distributions were displayed three-dimensionally using a volume rendering application developed by the authors. The predicted spray distributions were compared with the experimental results observed from various directions in order to evaluate the spray model.
Citation: Yoshizaki, T., Yuzaki, K., Nishida, K., Hiroyasu, H. et al., "Experiments and Modeling on Spray Distributions in the Combustion Chamber of a Direct Injection Diesel Engine," SAE Technical Paper 961820, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/961820. Download Citation