Simulation Study of Effects of Injection Rate Profile and Air Entrainment Characteristics on D.I. Diesel Combustion 962059
A calculative investigation was performed in order to examine the effects of injection rate profile and air entrainment characteristics on exhaust emission using a phenomenological spray combustion model. The calculations were made of an engine with a bore of 114 mm and a stroke of 130 min while changing the injection rate profile and the air entrainment characteristics. As a result of the calculations, effective measures were found for simultaneous reduction of NOx and smoke emissions.
Citation: Imanishi, H., Yoshizaki, T., and Hiroyasu, H., "Simulation Study of Effects of Injection Rate Profile and Air Entrainment Characteristics on D.I. Diesel Combustion," SAE Technical Paper 962059, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/962059. Download Citation