1999-01-13

Application of Fuel Injection Equipment to Meet India 2000 and Euro II Emission - Hands on Experience 990028

India 2000 norms, equivalent to Euro I, add a new dimension to emission legislation. Particulate matter (PM) is an additional parameter to be reckoned with. Higher injection pressures are required to achieve the particulates target, apart from combustion chamber and swirl optimisation. The objective of any application work is to meet the more stringent emission requirements without any compromise on fuel consumption.
Mainly inline pump size ‘A’, a versatile and economical system at present, is in use in the majority of commercial applications in India and distributor pumps (VE) will be used to meet the India 2000 legislation.
An analysis of the experiences encountered during the application on diesel engines and trends for future injection systems are discussed in this paper.

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