Publisher : The Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers
DOI : 10.22634/KSME-B.1918.104.22.1681
Title & Authors
A Study on the Smoke Reduction of Methanol-Diesel Engine Han, Seong-Bin; Mun, Seong-Su;
The objective of this research is to apply effect of the pre-mixed combustion quantity and smoke emission in diesel engine. According as air fuel ratio is increased, emission of smoke concentration is linearly reduced. As Injection timing is advanced, smoke concentration is remarkably reduced. It is considered to be the primary cause of the increase in the premixed combustible mixture during long ignition delay period with advancing injection timing. Smoke is increased with increasing engine speed, so it is considered to be the primary cause of the increase of the mass of fuel injected. Smoke is decreased according to the increase of methanol volume ratio. It is considered that the primary cause of the increase in the quantity of pre-mixed combustion.
Methanol-Diesel Engine;Rate of Heat Release;Fraction of Premixed Combustion;Optimum Injection Timing;