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A Visualization Study on the Effects of Ignition Systems on the Flame Propagation in a Constant Volume Combustion Chamber
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A Visualization Study on the Effects of Ignition Systems on the Flame Propagation in a Constant Volume Combustion Chamber
Song, Jeong-Hun;
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 Abstract
A visualization study using the schlieren method is adopted in an optically-accessible, cylindrical constant volume combustion chamber to identify the mechanism of ignition energy and ignition system interaction in spark ignited, lean gasoline-air mixture. In order to research the effects of ignition system on flame propagation, two kinds of ignition system are designed, and several kinds of spark plugs are tested and evaluated. To control the discharge energy, the dwell time is varied. The initial flame development is quantified in terms of 2-D images which provides information about the projected flame area and development velocity as a function of ignition system and discharge energy. The results show that high ignition energy and extended spark plug gap can shorten the combustion duration in lean mixtures. The material, diameter and configuration of electrodes the flame development by changing the transfer efficiency from electrical energy to chemical energy and discharge energy. However these factors do not affect of flame development as much a ignition energy or extended gap does.
 Keywords
Flame Propagation;Ignition System;Schlieren Method;Constant Volume Combustion Chamber;
 Language
Korean
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