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Characteristics of the Spray Development with Diesel Fuel Temperatures
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 Title & Authors
Characteristics of the Spray Development with Diesel Fuel Temperatures
Lee, Jin-Woo;
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 Abstract
The characteristics of the fuel quantity, injection rate and macro spray development was investigated under a range of diesel fuel temperatures. The actual injection quantity decreased despite the same signal of the injection start and injection duration as the fuel temperature decreased. The injection rate measurements confirmed that the actual injection commencement was delayed and the actual injection duration was shortened under lower fuel temperature conditions, which explains why the injection quantity decreased. Spray tip penetration with a lower fuel temperature was longer than that with a higher fuel temperature due to the deteriorated atomization. As a pre-test for the combustion experiment under low temperature conditions, piston targeting with pilot injection was accomplished, which showed that the fuel droplet from pilot injection was introduced into the crevice area. This suggests that the pilot injection quantity and timing should be chosen with careful consideration for actual applications.
 Keywords
Diesel;Fuel temperature;Injection rate;Macroscopic spray image;Spray targeting;
 Language
Korean
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