Evaluation of a Concept for DI Gasoline Combustion Using Enhanced Gas Motion

Paper #:
  • 980152

Published:
  • 1998-02-23
Citation:
Moriyoshi, Y., Nomura, H., and Saisyu, Y., "Evaluation of a Concept for DI Gasoline Combustion Using Enhanced Gas Motion," SAE Technical Paper 980152, 1998, https://doi.org/10.4271/980152.
Pages:
12
Abstract:
A direct injection gasoline engine system which employs a unique combustion system with enhanced gas motion is evaluated. Enhanced gas motion is produced by employing both a moderately strong swirl flow and a cavity in the piston. Advantages of this system are that the injection timing or spark timing need not be controlled severely and that since the injection timing can be set at near the intake BDC, time for evaporation can be gained to reduce soot emissions. Problems to be improved are that the Nox emissions level is worse than other lean burn systems and full load operation is not evaluated. According to the numerical calculations, the problems may be solved by enhancing the in-cylinder gas motion with axial stratification of swirl intensity at intake BDC; strong swirl near the cylinder head and weak swirl near the piston surface.
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