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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 6, Issue 4 - Dec 2001
Volume 6, Issue 3 - Sep 2001
Volume 6, Issue 2 - Jun 2001
Volume 6, Issue 1 - Mar 2001
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A Study on the Visualization of NO Concentration Distributions in
Premixed Flames by PLIF
Park, Kyoung-Suk ; Lee, Sei-Hwan ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 6, issue 3, 2001, Pages 1~7
In this study, quantitative measurement of nitric oxide concentration distributions visualization were investigated in the laminar
nixed flame by Planar laser-induced fluorescence(PLIF). The NO A-X (0,0) vibrational band around 226nm was excited using a XeCl excimer-pumped dye laser. Selecting an appropriate NO transition minimizes interference from Rayleigh scattering and
fluorescence. The measurements were taken in
premixed flame with equivalence ratios varying from
, and a fixed flow rate of 3slpm. NO was found to produce primarily between an inner premixed and an outer nonpremixed flame front, and total NO concentration is raised when equivalence ratios increase. These results suggest that prompt NO is likely to contribute to MO formation in
premixed flame. Furthermore, this trend was well matched with previous works.
Unsteady Flamelet Modeling of Turbulent Nonpremixed Flames
Kim, Seong-Ku ; Kang, Sung-Mo ; Seo, Bo-Sun ; Kim, Yong-Mo ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 6, issue 3, 2001, Pages 8~16
The present study is focused on modeling the transient behavior of the local flame structure which is especially important for slow reaction processes, such as NOx formation in the radiating flame field. The unsteady flamelet model recently developed has been applied to analyze a steady, turbulent jet flame. Numerical results are compared with experimental data and numerical results of the conventional steady flamelet model. The numerical result reveals that the unsteady flamelet model correctly predicts the nonequilibrium effect upsteam and the subsequent decay of the superequilibrium radical concentrations further downstream.
A Study on the spray characteristics according to injection conditions for LPG injector
Ryu, Jea-Duk ; Yoon, Yong-Won ; Lee, Ki-Hyung ; Lee, Chang-Sik ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 6, issue 3, 2001, Pages 17~22
Recently LPG engine is developed to fulfill such new requirements as improved fuel efficiency in additional to further reduced exhaust emission. This experimental study is conducted to analyze spray characteristics for pintle type injector used in a LPLi (Liquid Phase LPG injection) engine. Since spray parameters including penetration length and spray angle make a role to design injector and engine intake system, spray visualization experiment is performed under atmosphere ambient and charging condition using Mie scattering method. From the experimental result under various LPG formation, the increased propane component decreases penetration length because boiling point of propane is lower than butane. To simulate intake charging condition in MPI engine, spray visualization is performed under high pressure condition. As a result, as ambient pressure is increased from atmosphere to 3.0 bar, penetration length is decreased. However, as ambient pressure is increased from atmosphere to 3.0 bar, spray angle is increased.
A study on the spray characteristics of hydrocarbon-fuels with viscosity variations
Lee, Yong-Il ; Han, Jae-Seob ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 6, issue 3, 2001, Pages 23~31
An experimental study was carried out to understand the spray characteristics of three kinds(kerosene, heating oil & diesel) of hydrocarbon-fuels. Fuel temperature and injection pressure were main variables in the experiment. Fuel Temperature was changed to obtain various levels of fuel viscosity. Spray angle and spray length were measured by using LVS(Laser Vapor Screen) photographs. 1D PDPA system was used to measure droplet size & droplet velocity. In room temperature, spray characteristics of three kinds of fuels were good, especially in case the fuel injection pressure was more than
It was also found that spray characteristics were poor in case fuel kinematic viscosity was more than 5cSt.
A Study on Effects of the Nozzle Shape and Injection Timing in a Diesel Combustion
Yoon, Cheon-Han ; Kim, Kyung-Hoon ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 6, issue 3, 2001, Pages 32~37
The characteristics of engine performance with fuel injection system in D.I. diesel engine were studied in this paper. A fuel injection system has an important role in the performance and emission gas in a diesel engine. In this paper, an experimental study has been performed to verify the effect of the performance and the emission gas with the factors such as diameters of an injection nozzle hole, diameters of an injection pipe and injection timing in the fuel injection system. The authors have obtained the results that optimizing the factors of fuel injection system is significant to enhance the performance of the engine system and consumption ratio of fuel, smoke, and NOx.
Spray Characteristics of Diesel Fuel with Oxygenates
Ryu, Keun-Young ; Ha, Jong-Suk ; No, Soo-Young ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 6, issue 3, 2001, Pages 38~44
The effect of four diesel fuels with oxygenated agents fuels on spray properties from plain-orifice atomizer was investigated. The oxygenates evaluated were diglyme, MTBE, DEE and DMM and were blended in weights of 5, 10, 15, 20 and 30% in a baseline diesel fuel. The physical properties such as surface tension, density and viscosity are also measured for each blended oxygenated fuels. It was found that changes in physical properties of fuels considered are enough to influence spray properties, i.e. spray angle, spray tip penetration and mean drop size. Spray properties were measured by PMAS(particle motion analysis system) which is employing a point measurement technology. Spray angle increased with increase in oxygenate content. The effect, however, was not great in the higher blend level. The oxygenated fuels produced more shorter spray tip penetration than diesel fuels. SMD was decreased with the increase in blending percent. SMD for DMM and DEE are represented 10.33 and 3.41% decreasing rates respectively. It was found that changes in spray characteristics of oxygenated fuel were easily large enough to impact pollutant emissions. It was clear from this study that spray characteristics of oxygenated fuel is one of possible cause of reducing pollutant emissions. It was clear from this study that spray characteristics of oxygenated fuel is one of possible cause of reducing pollutant emissions from diesel engines when oxygenated fuels is applied.