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A Study on the Characteristics of Intake Port Flow and Performance with Swirl Ratio Variance in a Turbocharged D.I. Diesel Engine
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A Study on the Characteristics of Intake Port Flow and Performance with Swirl Ratio Variance in a Turbocharged D.I. Diesel Engine
Yoon, Jun-Kyu; Cha, Kyung-Ok;
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 Abstract
The characteristics of intake port flow and engine performance with swirl ratio variance in a turbocharged D.I. diesel engine were studied in this paper. The intake port flow is important factor which have influence on the engine performance and exhaust emission because the properties in the injected fuel depend on the combustion characteristics. Through these experiments it can be expected to satisfy performance and emission by optimizing the main parameters; the swirl ratio of intake port, injection timing and compression ratio. The swirl ratio for ports was modified by hand-working and measured by impulse swirl meter. For the effects on performance and emission, the brake torque and brake specific fuel consumption were measured by engine dynamometer, NOx and smoke were measured by gas analyzer and smoke meter. The results of steady flow test are as follows; as the valve eccentricity ratio are closed to cylinder wall, the flow coefficient and swirl intensity are increased. Also we realized that there is a trade-off that the increase of swirl ratio decreases mean flow coefficient and increases the Gulf factor. And the optimum parameters to meet performance and emission through engine test are as follows; the swirl ratio 2.43, injection timing BTDC 13oCA and compression ratio 15.5.
 Keywords
Swirl Ratio;Valve Eccentricity Ratio;Flow Coefficient;Non-dimensional Rig Swirl;Gulf Factor;Engine Performance;
 Language
Korean
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