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A Fundamental Study of Hybrid Combustion System Applying Exhaust Gas Recirculation
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  • Journal title : Journal of Energy Engineering
  • Volume 25, Issue 1,  2016, pp.100-107
  • Publisher : The Korea Society for Energy Engineering
  • DOI : 10.5855/ENERGY.2015.25.1.100
 Title & Authors
A Fundamental Study of Hybrid Combustion System Applying Exhaust Gas Recirculation
Oh, Wheesung; Yu, Byeonghun; Park, Taejoon; Lee, Chang-Eon;
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 Abstract
In this study confirmed the reduction effect of pollutant by applying Fi-EGR and FPI-EGR to hybrid combustion system realizing premixed flame and non-premxied flame at once. The results showed that NOx emission index decreased significantly in case of adopting EGR. Additionally, the hybrid combustion system with EGR resulted in a better performance compared to usual non-premixed combustion system such that it can reduce emission at equivalent EGR ratios. Especially, in the case of 25% of FI-EGR ratio at hybrid combustion system that the ratio of non-premixed and premixed is 50 : 50, NOx emission index reduction rate was about 59% compared to emission of non-premixed combustion system without EGR and in the case of 15% of FPI-EGR ratio at hybrid combustion system that the ratio of non-premixed and premixed is 70 : 30, emission index reduction rate was about 48% compared to emission of hybrid combustion system without EGR.
 Keywords
Hybrid combustion;Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR); emission index (EINOx);Fuel induced EGR (FI-EGR);Fuel and premixed-gas induced EGR (FPI-EGR);
 Language
Korean
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