JOURNAL BROWSE
Search
Advanced SearchSearch Tips
Study on the high efficiency cleaning performance of the diesel vehicle DPF
facebook(new window)  Pirnt(new window) E-mail(new window) Excel Download
 Title & Authors
Study on the high efficiency cleaning performance of the diesel vehicle DPF
Kim, Hyongjun; Chung, Jaewoo; Kang, Jungho; Lee, Jinwoo; Park, Jungsoo;
  PDF(new window)
 Abstract
Regulations for the exhaust gas of diesel vehicles are being strengthened every year. Recently, diesel emission regulations for HC, CO, NOx, and particulate matter (PM) have been subject to very strict standards. In the future, the regulation of PM is expected to become stricter. Accordingly, diesel particulate filters (DPFs) have been applied to most diesel vehicles for PM reduction. With increasing engine mileage, ash and soot from the engine exhaust gas accumulate inside the DPF. This accumulation can damage the DPF or degrade engine performance. Therefore, efficient cleaning of the DPF is critical for the maintenance of the engine. If the DPF is well managed through regular cleaning, it can improve the power and fuel economy of the engine and reduce maintenance costs. Therefore, this study was performed to develop a high-efficiency cleaning method for DPFs and an apparatus that can more effectively clean out the accumulated ash and soot.
 Keywords
DPF;Cleaning;PM;Ash;Diesel;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
 References
1.
Seunghwan Choi, Haeboung Kwon, Junki-Lee, Hyuk Jung, Dongseok Choi, Namyong Kim, Yongsung Park, "The Effect of DPF Cleaning on DPF Regenerative Performance," KSAE 2010-B0064.

2.
T. Ishizawa, H. Yamane, H. Satoh and K. Sekiguchi, M. Arai, N. Yoshimoto and T. Inoue, "Investigation into Ash Loading and Its Relationgship to DPF Regeneration Method," SAE 2009-01-2882.

3.
Timothy V. Johnson, "Diesel Emission Control in Review," SAE 2006-01-0030.

4.
Alexander Sappok and Victor Wong, "Ash Effects on Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Drop Sensitivity to Soot and Implications for Regeneration Frequency and DPF Control," SAE 2010-01-0811.

5.
Manufacturers of Emission Controls Association, "Diesel Particulate Filter Maintenance : Current Practices and Experience," MECA Report June 2005.

6.
John Nuszkowski, Gregory J. Thompson and Nathaniel Moles, Marty Chiaramonte and Jun Hu, "Pressure Drop and Cleaning of In-Use Ash Loaded Diesel Particulate Filters," SAE 2006-01-3256.

7.
Changhyun Lim, Jaewoo Chung, Jungho Kang, Namho Kim, Hyungjun Kim, "Study on the optimized cleaning process of a DPF," KSAE conference, pp. 660-668, 2012.