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Fumigation of alcohol in a light duty automotive diesel engine
Entezaam M. H Broukhiyan
by The Office, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Entezaam M. Broukhiyan and Samuel S. Lestz ; prepared for National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lewis Research Center for U.S. Department of Energy,Conservation and Renewable Energy, Office of Vehicle and Engine R&D under interagency agreement DE-A101-81CS50006|
|Series||NASA CR -- 167915, NASA contractor report -- 167915|
|Contributions||Lestz, Samuel S, Lewis Research Center, United States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Vehicle and Engine Research and Development|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 113 p. :|
|Number of Pages||113|
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A single-cylinder DI Diesel engine was fumigated with ethanol and methanol in amounts up to 55% of the total fuel energy. The primary objectives of this work were to determine the effects of aqueous alcohol fUmigation on engine thermal efficiency, combustion intensity and gaseous exhaust emissions. In this study, the effect of injection pressure on the engine performance, exhaust emissions and combustion characteristics of a single cylinder, four stroke, direct injection, naturally aspirated diesel engine has been experimentally investigated when using methanol-blended diesel fuel from 0 to 15% with an increment of 5%. The engine has original injection .
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Get this from a library. Fumigation of alcohol in a light duty automotive diesel engine. [Entezaam M H Broukhiyan; Samuel S Lestz; Lewis Research Center.; United States.
Department of Energy. Office of Vehicle and Engine Research and Development.]. Abstract. A light-duty automotive Diesel engine was fumigated with methanol and ethanol in amounts up to 35% and 50% of the total fuel energy respectively.
The main purpose of this study was to determine the effect of alcohol (methanol and ethanol) fumigation on engine performance at various operating conditions.
A light-duty automotive Diesel engine was fumigated with methanol in amounts up to 35% and 50% of the total fuel energy respectively in order to determine the effect of alcohol fumigation on engine performance at various operating : E.
Broukhiyan and S. Lestz. A light-duty automotive Diesel engine was fumigated with ethanol in amounts up to 50% of the total fuel energy. The main purpose of this study was to determine the effect of ethanol fumigation on engine performance at various operating conditions.
Engine fuel efficiency, emissions, smoke, and the ocCited by: The optimum percentage for ethanol fumigation is 20%. This percentage produces an increase of % in brake thermal efficiency, 55% in CO emissions, 36% in. Diesel fuel is injected into the engine in the normal manner but a portion of the power from the engine is provided by the alcohol, typically %.
All of the previous work that has been done on alcohol fumigation has been under steady state operating conditions. Concerned with alcohol fumigation, Broukhiyan and Lestz applied ethanol fumigation to a I, V-8, light duty, indirect injection diesel engine by using a pressurized nitrogen cylinder with secondary air supply in amounts up to 50% of the total fuel energy.
Their research was undertaken to study the effect of ethanol fumigation on the performance. Fumigation is a method by which alcohol is introduced into the engine by carburetting, vaporizing or injecting the alcohol into the intake air stream.
This requires the addition of a carburettor, vaporizer or injector, along with a separate fuel tank, lines and controls. Fumigation has some following advantages: 1. Alcohol fumigation is a dual fuel engine operation technique in which alcohol fuels are premixed with intake air. The aim of this paper is to identify the potential use of alcohols in fumigation mode on diesel engine.
Using these metrics, experimental engine data are evaluated from a single cylinder direct-injection diesel engine operating in premixed CI mode enabled by gasoline fumigation and a diesel pilot injection.
Indicated gross cycle efficiency was found to be higher for premixed fumigation compared with a conventional diesel condition at the same load. Aqueous Alcohol Fumigation of a Single-Cylinder DI Diesel Engine. A single-cylinder DI Diesel engine was fumigated with ethanol and methanol in amounts up to 55% of the total fuel energy.
The primary objectives of this work were to determine the effects of aqueous alcohol fumigation on engine thermal efficiency, combustion intensity and gaseous exhaust emissions. Impact of n-butanol and hydrous ethanol fumigation on the performance and pollutant emissions of an automotive diesel engine.
Fuel, DOI: / Timothy Bodisco, Philipp Tröndle, Richard J. Brown. Inter-cycle variability of ignition delay in an ethanol fumigated common rail diesel engine. Energy system developed on a small single cylinder research engine enables a diesel engine to operate on near percent methanol or ethanol.
A computer control system has been built to exploit the possibility of on board vehicle application in the future. A fumigation. In this study, a single-cylinder research engine was operated on MD10 (10% (v/v) methanol blended with mineral diesel) and baseline mineral diesel to explore an optimized fuel injection strategy for efficient combustion and reduced emissions.
Exhaust emissions from diesel engines are a substantial source of air pollution in this country. In recognition of this fact, the Environmental Protection Agency has issued strict new regulations due to take effect -in and that will drastically reduce the amount of some pollutants these engines will be allowed to emit.
The technology is not currently available to produce diesel. A fumigation system injects a gaseous or liquid fuel into the intake air stream of a compression ignited engine. This fuel burns and becomes a part-contributor to the power producing fuel.
While alcohol and gasoline may be used, gaseous fumigation seems to exhibit the best overall power yields, performance, and emissions benefits. Oxides of nitrogen (NOx) are one of the major hazardous pollutants from diesel engine emission.
Various control technologies exist for its control but each technique has advantages and disadvantages. At present, there is no single optimal technique that can control NOx without other side effects. Technologies available for NOx reductions either cause fuel.
Within this framework, the authors investigated the possibility to improve the combustion efficiency when ethanol is used in a dual-fuel light duty diesel engine.
In particular, the study was focused on reducing the HC and CO emissions at low load conditions, acting on the most influential engine calibration parameters. › The Book. › Excerpts from the Book. › Section 4 - Using Alcohol as Fuel › Ch 25 - How Diesel Engines Can Run on Alcohol ‹ Ch 24 - Cogeneration and Other Systems to Provide Energy from Alcohol up Section 5.
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