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A Effects of Natural Gas-Diesel/Hi-sene Dual Fuel Operation on Performance of a Heavy-Duty Diesel engine for Power Generation
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  • Journal title : Journal of Energy Engineering
  • Volume 25, Issue 1,  2016, pp.122-130
  • Publisher : The Korea Society for Energy Engineering
  • DOI : 10.5855/ENERGY.2015.25.1.122
 Title & Authors
A Effects of Natural Gas-Diesel/Hi-sene Dual Fuel Operation on Performance of a Heavy-Duty Diesel engine for Power Generation
Cho, Jungkeun; Park, Sangjun; Song, Soonho;
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 Abstract
This study is a numerical study using commercial simulation program GT-Power on 1.5MW diesel engine for power generation. Performance comparison has done for diesel operation with dual fuel operation for different engine load(50%, 75%, 100%) using the target engine model with additional gas injection system. Effect of using Hi-sene, which is actually being used in island area, instead of diesel was also studied. As a result, under 60% natural gas with diesel condition, BSFC was increased by 32% without modifying system. There was almost no change for natural gas/Hi-sene condition compared with natural gas/diesel condition. Decrease of burned fuel fraction was the main reason of these phenomena. After optimizing system, BSFC was improved by 2%.
 Keywords
Diesel;Hi-sene;Dual fuel;Engine;Natural gas;Numerical Analysis;
 Language
Korean
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