Ignition and Flame Propagation of Spray Compound Mixture

Paper #:
  • 932711

Published:
  • 1993-10-01
Citation:
Hiroyasu, H., Nishida, K., Yoshida, H., and Arai, M., "Ignition and Flame Propagation of Spray Compound Mixture," SAE Technical Paper 932711, 1993, https://doi.org/10.4271/932711.
Pages:
18
Abstract:
The ignition and flame propagation processes of a propane-air mixture compounded with a kerosene spray were investigated in order to allow a better understanding of the multi-phase combustion process of the spray compound mixture in a direct injection stratified charge (DISC) engine. The ignition probability and the flame propagation velocity, as functions of the overall equivalence ratio, fraction of propane in the fuel, ignition energy and the Sauter mean diameter of the spray, were measured under atmospheric conditions. The development of the flame kernel and the propagating flame were observed by a high-speed video camera combined with a schlieren system. Adding small amounts of the kerosene spray to the lean propane-air mixture improved the ignition probability. However, the ignition probability depended strongly on the Sauter mean diameter and the ignition energy. Replacing the propane with the kerosene spray in a rich propane-air mixture increased the flame propagation velocity.
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