Approach to Low NOx and Smoke Emission Engines by Using Phenomenological Simulation

Paper #:
  • 930612

Published:
  • 1993-03-01
Citation:
Yoshizaki, T., Nishida, K., and Hiroyasu, H., "Approach to Low NOx and Smoke Emission Engines by Using Phenomenological Simulation," SAE Technical Paper 930612, 1993, https://doi.org/10.4271/930612.
Pages:
16
Abstract:
A phenomenological spray-combustion model of a D.I. Diesel engine was applied to study the engine parameters with potential for reducing NOx and smoke emissions. The spray-combustion model, first developed at the University of Hiroshima in 1976, has been sophisticated by incorporating new knowledge of diesel combustion. The model was verified using data from an experimental, single cylinder, D.I. diesel engine with a bore of 135mm and a stroke of 130mm. After the verification process, calculations were made under a wide range of the engine parameters, such as intake air temperature, intake air pressure, intake swirl ratio, nozzle hole diameter, injection pressure, air entrainment rate into the spray, and injection rate profile. These calculations estimated the effects of the engine parameters on NOx, smoke and specific fuel consumption. As a result of the calculations, an approach for the low NOx and smoke emission engine was found.
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