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Modeling of Spray Impingement and Fuel Film Formation in HSDI Diesel Engines
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Modeling of Spray Impingement and Fuel Film Formation in HSDI Diesel Engines
Kim, Man-Sik; Min, Gyeong-Deok; Gang, Bo-Seon;
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 Abstract
Spray impingement and fuel film formation models were developed and incorporated into the computational fluid dynamics code. STAR-CD. The spray/wall interaction process was modeled by considering the change of behaviour with surface temperature conditions and the fuel film formation. We divided the behaviour of fuel droplets after impingement into rebound, spread and splash using the Weber number and the parameter K. The Spray impingement model accounts for mass conservation, energy conservation and heat transfer to the impinging droplets. The fuel film formation model was developed by integrating the continuity, Navier-Stokes and energy equations along the direction of fuel film thickness. Validation of the models was conducted using previous diesel spray experimental data and the present experimental results for the gasoline spray impingement. In all the cases, the prediction compared reasonably well with the experimental results. The spray impingement and fuel film formation models have been applied to the spray/wall impingement in high speed direct injection diesel engines.
 Keywords
HSDI Diesel Engine;Spray Impingement Model;Fuel Film Formation Model;
 Language
Korean
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