Publisher : The Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers
DOI : 10.22634/KSME-B.19126.96.36.1998
Title & Authors
A Study on the Flow Characteristics of an Intermittent Fuel Spray Kim, Won-Tae; Gang, Sin-Jae;
The flow characteristics of an intermittent fuel injection into a stationary ambient air were investigated using gasoline. The measurements were made by two-channel, air cooling type Phase Doppler Anemometer(PDA) system (DANTEC, 750 MW). And a pintle type injector of MPI (Multi-point Port Injection) system was utilized as a fuel injector. The PDA receiver optic was set up in a 60.deg. C forward scatter arrangement to obtain the optimum scattering signal of fuel droplets. The data were obtained by synchronizing PDA system with the fuel injection period, and the axial and radial velocity and turbulent components of fuel droplets were mainly measured for the analysis of temporal and spatial distribution depending upon the fuel injection pressures.
Intermittent Spray;MPI(Multi-point Port Injection);PDA(Phase Doppler Anemometer);Temporal Distribution;Spatial Distribution;Pintle Type Nozzle;