Turbulence Spectrum Investigation in a DI Diesel Engine with a Reentrant Combustion Bowl and a Helical Inlet Port 962019
The frequency spectral structure of turbulence spatial components was investigated in the cylinder of an automotive diesel engine with a high-squish reentrant in-piston bowl of the conical type and a helical inlet port.
A sophisticated HWA technique using single- and dual-sensor probes was applied for instantaneous air velocity measurements along the injector axis at practical engine speeds, up to 3000 rpm, under motored conditions. The investigation was carried out for both cycle-resolved and conventional turbulence components, as were determined by different wire orientations, throughout the induction, the compression and the early stage of the expansion stroke.
The anisotropy of turbulence spectral structure and its temporal evolution during the engine cycle were examined by evaluating the autospectral density functions and the time scales of each turbulence component in consecutive correlation crank-angle intervals.
The contribution of high- and low-frequency parts was resolved in the autospectrum of the conventional fluctuating motion. The cutoff frequency between these parts was thus estimated and insight into its dependence on the engine speed was given for the different turbulence components.
Citation: Catania, A., Dongiovanni, C., Mittica, A., Negri, C. et al., "Turbulence Spectrum Investigation in a DI Diesel Engine with a Reentrant Combustion Bowl and a Helical Inlet Port," SAE Technical Paper 962019, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/962019. Download Citation
Andrea Emilio Catania, Claudio Dongiovanni, Antonio Mittica, Claudio Negri, Ezio Spessa
Politecnico di Torino
1996 SAE International Fall Fuels and Lubricants Meeting and Exhibition
Diesel Engine Combustion and Emission Control-SP-1206, SAE 1996 Transactions - Journal of Engines-V105-3
Diesel / compression ignition engines
Combustion and combustion processes
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