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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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Spray and Atomization Technologies in Pesticides Application: A Review
No, Soo-Young ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 6, issue 4, 2001, Pages 1~13
In the pesticides sprays, spray and atomization technologies to increase the deposition and reduce the drift are briefly reviewed. Further research is needed to deduce a measure of drift risk in sprays with different structures, velocity profiles. For flat fan nozzles, the data of breakup length and thickness of liquid sheet are essential to understand the atomization processes and develop the transport model to target. In the air-assisted spray technology to reduce drift, further works on the effect of application height on drift and air assistance on droplet size should be followed. In addition, methods for quantifying included air in the air inclusion techniques are required. A few researches on the droplet size of fallout can be found in the literature. A combined technology with electrostatic method into one of method for the reduction of drift may be an effective strategy for increasing deposition and reducing drift.
An Experimental Study on the Atomization Characteristics of the Rotary Cup Atomizer
Jin, S.B. ; Cho, D.J. ; Yoon, S.J. ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 6, issue 4, 2001, Pages 14~21
Rotary atomizer is widely used in practical application ranging from combustion, cooling, spray drying, agriculture, chemical system. Rotary cup atomizer has some advantages such as extreme versatility and liquid atomization successfully varying widely in viscosity. In rotary atomization, the feed liquid is centrifugally accelerated to high velocity and the liquid extends over the rotating surface as a thin film before being discharged into an atmosphere. The degree of rotary atomization depends upon peripheral speed, feed rate, liquid properties and atomizer design. An important asset is that thickness and uniformity of the liquid sheet can readily be controlled by regulating the liquid flow rate and the rotational speed. LDPA(Laser Diffraction Particle Analyser) and image aquisition system are used to measure drop size distribution and spray pattern. The atomization characteristics of the rotary cup atomizer is investigated experimentally by varing the liquid feed rate, rotary cup speed and air velocity for atomization. As a results, the effect of air velocity on the atomization characteristics such as drop size and spray uniformity is considerably greater than variation of those with liquid feed rate.
A Direct Calculation of Higher Heating Values of Ultrasonic Reformed Diesel Fuels by Using Their Viscosity and Surface Tension Measurements
Lee, B.O. ; Ryu, J.I. ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 6, issue 4, 2001, Pages 22~30
The objective of this study is to develop the new equations for the calculation of higher heating values(HHVs) of reformed diesel fuels by ultrasonic treatment. Therefore, higher heating values of reformed diesel fuels by ultrasonic treatment are determined experimentally and calculated from their viscosity and surface tension measurements. The HHVs of the fuels are supposed to be a function of viscosity(Pa s) and surface tension(N/cm). The equations developed for the samples represent the correlation obtained by means of regression analysis. The HHVs calculated by developing new equations using viscosities showes the differences from the measured values ranging from -0.66 to 1.19 % and the correlation coefficient was -0.9411. The HHVs calculated by developing new equations using surface tensions showed the differences from the measured values ranging from -0.70 to 1.51 % and the correlation coefficient was 0.9999. The viscosity and the surface tension are characteristic properties of ultrasonic reformed diesel fuels for developing new formulae.
Measurements of Three-Dimensional Droplet Velocities Using the Holographic System
Oh, Dai-Jin ; Choo, Yeon-Jun ; Kang, Bo-Seon ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 6, issue 4, 2001, Pages 31~38
The Holographic Particle Velocimetry system can be a promising optical tool for the measurements of three dimensional particle velocities. In this study, the holographic panicle velocimetry system was used to measure the sizes and velocities of droplets formed by a commercial full cone spray nozzle. Uncertainty analysis was performed to identify the sources of all relevant errors and to evaluate their magnitude. The droplet velocities ranged from 10.3 to 13.3 m/s with average uncertainty of
, which is
of the mean droplet velocity. Compared with relatively small uncertainties of velocity components in the normal direction to the optical axis, the uncertainty of the optical axis component is
. This is due to the long depth of field of droplet images in the optical axis, which is inherent feature of holographic system using forward-scattering object wave of particles.
Development of Gasoline Direct Swirl Injector III
Part, Young-Kug ; Oh, Jae-Geon ; Lee, Choong-Won ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 6, issue 4, 2001, Pages 39~48
The Gasoline Direct Injection(GDI) system has been highlighted due to the improvement of fuel consumption and the control of exhaust emission from gasoline engines. Main purpose of the present study is to measure spray characteristics of GDSI for real engine application. We have investigated experimentally spray tip penetration, spray angle, tip velocity and spatial spray distribution. Counter-rotating vortex grown on the spray surface plays an important role in the spray characteristics. Accordingly the spray tip penetration and tip velocity do not excess 50mm, 20m/s respectively, under 0.6MPa ambient pressure. the spray cone angle of GDSI have a same tendency to a simplex swirl atomizer.