Experimental Study of Transient Gas Jet Impinging on a Wall

Paper #:
  • 900479

Published:
  • 1990-02-01
Citation:
Iida, N., Hirawo, K., and Sato, G., "Experimental Study of Transient Gas Jet Impinging on a Wall," SAE Technical Paper 900479, 1990, https://doi.org/10.4271/900479.
Pages:
13
Abstract:
The process of forming mixtures of injected fuels and ambient air has significant effects on the ignition and combustion process in the direct injection engine. In these engines fuel is injected intermittently and fuel jet impinges on a combustion chamber wall. This study deals with a fundamental experiment on the mixing process of the transient gas jet together with the instantaneous concentration measurement and statistical analysis of the transient turbulent mixing process in the jet. Helium or carbon dioxide is injected at constant pressure into quiescent atmosphere through the single shot device. This paper presents a laboratory automation system for measuring the characteristics of transient gas jet and processing the data. A discussion on the process of mixture formation of transient gas jets impinging on a wall is carried out with time- and space- resolved concentration distribution.
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