Cycle-to-Cycle Transient Characteristics of Exhaust Gas Emissions from a Diesel Engine with Different Increasing and Decreasing Load Patterns 970750
Cycle-to-cycle changes in diesel exhaust gas emissions were investigated under two transient operation patterns: One, “an interval step decreasing and increasing load”, where the fuel amount is rapidly decreased from high to low loads, and after an interval, Δtint the fuel amount is abruptly returned to the initial level. The other is “a ramp increasing load”, where the fuel amount is increased gradually. Except just after the step increase in fuel amounts, the THC emissions were almost completely determined by the piston wall temperature and fuel amount. However, the THC concentrations immediately after the step increase in fuel amounts were much higher than the value of the corresponding steady state operation with the same piston wall temperature. This overshoot concentration, ΔTHC, was almost constant at different intervals, Δtint and it can be suppressed by ramp increased loading. The other emission components were mainly determined by the fuel amount while NOx increased slightly with increases in piston wall temperature.
Citation: Miyamoto, N., Ogawa, H., lemura, A., and Reksowardojo, I., "Cycle-to-Cycle Transient Characteristics of Exhaust Gas Emissions from a Diesel Engine with Different Increasing and Decreasing Load Patterns," SAE Technical Paper 970750, 1997, https://doi.org/10.4271/970750. Download Citation
Noboru Miyamoto, Hideyuki Ogawa, Akiyuki lemura, Iman K. Reksowardojo
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Diesel Engine Combustion Processes and Emission Control Technologies-SP-1246, SAE 1997 Transactions - Journal of Fuels and Lubricants-V106-4