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Journal of ILASS-Korea
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Institute for Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems-Korea
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Volume 10, Issue 4 - Dec 2005
Volume 10, Issue 3 - Sep 2005
Volume 10, Issue 2 - Jun 2005
Volume 10, Issue 1 - Mar 2005
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Analysis of spray cone angle of air assisted flash atomization
Yu, Tae-U ; Kim, Sae-Won ; Bang, Byong-Ryeol ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 10, issue 1, 2005, Pages 1~9
When the water jets heated up to the saturation temperature at a high line pressure are sprayed into a reduced (atmospheric) pressure through an air-assisted nozzle, the jets experience sudden exposure into a reduced pressure, get superheated and produce steam bubbles while atomization processes of jets are taking place. This process is called flash atomization. In this study the flash atomization of superheated water jets assisted by air has been studied. Sprays with flash atomization have been photographed at various water and air flow rates and water superheats. It has been found that the spray angle with flash atomization increases with water superheat and water flow rate but decreases with air flow rate. The degree of change of spray angle has been analyzed and correlated as a function of superheat, air and water flow rates.
Effect of Shockwave on Diesel Spray Characteristics in Ultra High Pressure Injection
Jeong, Dae-Yong ; Lee, Jong-Tai ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 10, issue 1, 2005, Pages 10~16
To investigate the effect of shockwave on diesel spray characteristics under ultra high pressure injection, the velocity of spray tip and shock wave were investigated using the visualization of spray by schlieren method. Spray characteristics such as the spray radius, height, and droplets size were analyzed. It is found in this study that shock wave, produced by ultra high injection pressure, propagates faster than spray tip. Spray radius of right side of nozzle tip was shorter than that of left side and spray height of right side of nozzle tip was thicker than that of left side. Droplets sue was increased at 414MPa in injection pressure because of pressure gradient between inner and outer of tile spray caused by shockwave
A study on the characteristics of gasoline spray to impinge on wall
Lee, G.Y. ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 10, issue 1, 2005, Pages 17~23
Even though a relatively complete knowledge base has been established for diesel sprays, much of the knowledge cannot be directly translated to correlate the characteristics of gasoline spray. The macroscopic characteristics of gasoline impingement spray was investigated with photographic and image processing technique by Particle Motion Analysis System. The injector with single hole nozzle diameter of 0.28 mm was used in this experiment and the injection duration was selected as 10 msec. The injection pressure with 0.3, 0.35, and 0.4 MPa, impingement distance or 70, 100 and 130m, impingement angle or 0.15, 30 and
were employed for the variables to affect the spray characteristics of impinging spray. It is clear that there is the analogy on the spray tip penetration between the gasoline impinging jet and diesel free jet. The spray tip penetration of impinging gasoline spray is proportional to the quarter power of the time after start of injection. The maximum height of impinging gasoline spray is also proportional to the quarter power of the time regardless of impingement distance, impingement angle and injection pressure. In addition, the effect of impingement angle on the spray tip penetration is significant according to the time after start of injection, even though there is minor effect in the initial stage of time after start of injection. Moreover, there is no remarkable effect of injection pressure on the spray tip Penetration under the experimental condition used in this study.
The Effect of Valve Geometry Variation on Injection Characteristics of Injection Valve for Marine Diesel Engines
Park, K. ; Kim, S.Y. ; Choi, C.W. ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 10, issue 1, 2005, Pages 24~34
Injection technology is one of the important technologies in a diesel engine. Many studies have done on the injection system. In this study, the fuel chamber geometry, the orifice ratio and the needle lift of the injection valve for a marine diesel engine are varied, and simulated. The result shows that the nozzle hole size has influence on the rail pressure and injection duration sensitively. The decrease of the static pressure at the nozzle hole entrance and the increase of the dynamic pressure on the outlet surface are occurred with the increase of the nozzle hole diameter. The highest dynamic pressure of the outlet was occurred at the needle lift of 0.4mm and the nozzle hole diameter of 0.328mm in this test nozzle.
Characteristic of Liquid Jet in Subsonic Cross-flow
Ko, Jung-Bin ; Lee, Kwan-Hyung ; Koo, Ja-Ye ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 10, issue 1, 2005, Pages 35~42
The present study has numerically and experimentally investigated the spray behavior of liquid jet injected in subsonic cross-flow. The corresponding spray characteristics are correlated with jet operating parameters. The spray dynamics are known to be distinctly different in the three regimes: the column, the ligament and the droplet regimes. The behaviors of column, penetration and breakup of liquid jet have been studied. Numerical and physical models are base on a modified KIVA code. The primary atomization is represented by a wave model base on the KH(Kelvin-Helmholtz) instability that is generated by a high interface relative velocity between the liquid and gas flows. In odor to capture the spray trajectory, CCD camera has been utilized. Numerical and experimental results indicate that the breakup point is delayed by increasing gas momentum ratio and the penetration decreases by increasing Weber number.
Unsteady spray characteristics of two-holes two-sprays type injectorin PFI gasoline engine
Kim, B.J. ; Lee, J.H. ; Cho, D.J. ; Yoon, S.J. ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 10, issue 1, 2005, Pages 43~52
The effect of fuel injection spray on engine performance has been known as one of the major concerns for improving fuel economy and reducing emissions. In general, reducing the spray droplet size could prevent HC emission in gasoline engine. As far as PFI (Port Fuel Injection) gasoline engine is concerned, the mixture of air and fuel may not be uniform under a certain condition, because breakup and production of spray droplets are made in a short distance between the fuel injector and intake valve. This study, by constituting PFI gasoline spray system, was performed to study the transient spray characteristics and dynamic behavior of droplets from 2hole 2spray type injector used in DOHC gasoline engine. Mean droplet size and optical concentration in accordance with various conditions were measured by LDPA and CCD camera. Through this study, the variation of drop size and optical concentration could be used for understanding the behavior of unsteady spray was declared and the existing the small droplets between each pulse spray could be estimated caused to the development of wall film was conformed.