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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 9, Issue 4 - Dec 2004
Volume 9, Issue 3 - Sep 2004
Volume 9, Issue 2 - Jun 2004
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Mar 2004
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An Experimental Study on the Drop Distribution and the Combustion Characteristics with different Bluff-body Geometries
Hwang, S.H. ; Kim, D.J. ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 9, issue 2, 2004, Pages 1~8
This work was performed to investigate the distribution of the fuel droplet size around the bluff-body and the combustion characteristics. The geometry of the bluff-body influenced the spray shape and the combustion characteristics. Diameters of the bluff-body in this experiment are 6, 8, and 10 mm and the impingement
. The measurement points were at the distances of 20 and 30 mm axially from the nozzle. The SMD and Rosin-Rammler distribution was acquired by image processing technique (PMAS), and the mean temperatures were measured by thermocouple. The results obtained are as follows; In the condition of
, the values of SMD are not greatly varied compared to the other conditions. As the impingement angle of bluff-body was increased, the high temperature region was wider along radial direction. When the air-fuel ratio was increased, the CO concentration was decreased.
Lean burn Combustion Characteristics of Direct Injection Gasoline Engine with Swirl Control Valve
Lee, Min-Ho ; Moon, Hak-Hoon ; Cha, Kyung-Ok ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 9, issue 2, 2004, Pages 9~17
The performance characteristics of lean burn system in gasoline engine are mainly affected by the air-fuel mixture in cylinder, gas exchange process of manifold system, exhaust emission of engine, and the electronic engine control system. In order to obtain the effect of performance factors on the optimum conditions of lean burn engine, this study deal with the behavior of mixture formation, gas flow characteristics of air, flow and evaporation analysis of spray droplet in cylinder, vaporization and burning characteristics of lean mixture in the engine, and the control performance of electronic engine control system. The optimum flow conditions were investigated with the swirl and tumble flows in the combustion chamber with swirl control valve. The performance characteristics and optimum condition of flow field in intake system were analyzed by the investigation of inlet flow of air and combustion stabilization on cylinder.
An investigation of LPG fuel supply method for Liquid phase LPG injection system
Kim, C.U. ; Oh, S.M. ; Choi, S.J. ; Kang, K.Y. ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 9, issue 2, 2004, Pages 18~23
An experimental studies of conventional gasoline fuel pump were carried out to obtain fundamental data fur liquid phase LPG injection(LPLi) system. A regenerative type and a roller-vane type of pumps were investigated in various operational condition. The experiments were performed to obtain flow rate of LPG fuel as a function of pressure differences and temperatures. The regenerative pump had too low flow rate at some experimental conditions to use this pump system for LPLi fuel supply system. On the other hand, the roller-vane type pump can be applied to the system only if its check valve is modified. Cavitation might occur in this system which can result in system noise, flow rate variation, and pump durability problem. To solve these problems the system is needed to increase
(required net positive suction head).
Development of an external twin-fluid nozzle for Selective Catalytic Reduction
Park, J.K. ; Lee, C.W. ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 9, issue 2, 2004, Pages 24~33
The effect of the working fluid flow conditions and nozzle geometry on the spray performance of a twin-fluid nozzle used in Selective Catalytic Reduction is investigated experimentally. The liquid pressure is varied in the range of 0.3atm to 1.5atm and the air pressure is varied from the 0.5atm to 3.0atm. relative position between liquid nozzle(internal nozzle) and air nozzle(external nozzle) tip changes front 1mm inside the air nozzle to 1mm outside the air nozzle. The orifice diameter of the air nozzle is varied with 5mm. 6mm and 7mm. Spray visualization is realized with CCD-Camera. SMD(Sauter Mean Diameter) and mean particle velocities are measured by PDPA(Phase Doppler Particle Analyzer) under various experimental conditions. The measuring point is 300mm away from the nozzle tip in the downstream spray. The experimental results are that spray angle is depended air flow rate because nozzle diameter, air pressure and nozzle tip relative positions are related air flow rate. SMD is depended air flow rate and water flow rate. Also, SMD is increased when water flow rate is bigger. SMD is decreased when Air flow rate is bigger.
Spray Characteristics of a Liquid-fueled Ramjet Engine under High Pressure Air Condition
Youn, H.J. ; Lee, C.W. ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 9, issue 2, 2004, Pages 34~40
In a liquid-fueled ramjet engine, the insufficient mixing and evaporation result in the low combustion efficiency and combustion instability. Improving its characteristics and devising a means of fuel droplets with air may compensate these disadvantages of liquid fuel ramjet engine. The jet penetrations of various fuel injectors were measured to investigate the spray characteristics of a liquid-fueled ramjet engine under high pressure air-stream conditions. The penetrations in high pressure conditions are smaller than the values calculated from Inamura's or Lee's equations, and the jet penetrations in the high pressure conditions have a similar tendency. In the dual orifice injectors, the jet penetrations of rare orifice is rapidly increased due to the reduction of the drag, which is created by the jet column of front orifice. The jet penetration of rare orifice is increased because of the drag reduction created by the jet column of the front orifice. Because of the drag reduction formed by the column of jet, the jet penetration in the rear orifice of dual orifice injector is much larger than the jet penetrations of single orifice injector. As the distances of the orifice are increased, the jet penetrations of the rear orifice decrease.
Influence of AC Frequency on the Liquid Breakup in Electrohydrodynamic Atomization
Sung, K.A. ; Lee, C.S. ;
Journal of ILASS-Korea, volume 9, issue 2, 2004, Pages 41~49
Liquid breakup under the variation of AC frequency has been studied experimentally in the electrohydrodynamic atomization. The effect of parameters such as charging voltage, flow rate, nozzle tip inner diameter and power frequency have been considered. This work was performed to investigate the experimental analysis for the effect of AC frequency on breakup process, the mapping of occurrence of disintegration region, and the relationship between the applied power and the droplet radius. The experimental results show that the increase of applied voltage in a certain frequency band leads to a reduction in the droplet size within the limits from 50Hz to 400Hz. The transition phenomena from dripping mode to spindle mode were observed under the band of sudden fall of droplet radius changing ratio, and the synchronous region were produced within the range of applied voltage from 5kV to 6kV.