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A Study on Ignition Probability and Combustion Characteristics of Low Pressure Direct Injection LPG according to a Function of Ambient Condition
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A Study on Ignition Probability and Combustion Characteristics of Low Pressure Direct Injection LPG according to a Function of Ambient Condition
Chung, Sung-Sik; Hwang, Seong-Ill; Yeom, Jeong-Kuk; Jeon, Byong-Yeul;
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 Abstract
Under part load condition of spark-ignition engine, pumping loss had great effect on engine efficiency. To reduce pumping loss, the study designed spark-ignited engines to make direct spray of gasoline to combustion chamber. In spark-ignited direct-injection engines, ignition probability is important for successful combustion and flame propagation characteristics are also different from pre-mixed combustion. This study designed a visualization testing device to study ignition probability of spark-ignited direct-injection LPG fuel and combustion flame characteristics. This visualization device consists of combustion chamber, fuel supply system, air supply system, electronic control system and data acquisition system. Ambient pressure, ambient temperature and ambient air flow velocity are important parameters on ignition probability of LPG-air mixture and flame propagation characteristics, and the study also found that sprayed LPG fuel can be directly ignited by spark-plug under proper ambient conditions. To all successful cases of ignition, the study recorded flame propagation image in digital method through ICCD camera and its flame propagation characteristics were analyzed.
 Keywords
LPG-DI(Liquefied Petroleum Gas-Direct Injection);Ignition Probability;Spark-Ignited Direct-Injection Engines;Visualization System;Flame Propagation Characteristics;
 Language
Korean
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