ID 112122
Author
Sangawa, Syota Tokushima University
Kitazaki, Masato YANMAR Co. Ltd.
Matsunaga, Daichi YANMAR Co. Ltd.
Keywords
Diesel engine
Biomass fuel
Fuel dilution
Deposit formation
Combustion
Emission
Gas flow
Content Type
Journal Article
Description
The objective of this study is to apply neat biomass fuel to a DI diesel engine and investigate the effect of in-cylinder gas flow and combustion on the deposit formation and the fuel dilution in lubricating oil. The study focuses on the low load combustion and emissions considering that low load exhaust contain much unburned fuels and the unburned fuels are the source of the deposit formation and the fuel dilution. Piston configuration and swirl velocity were altered in the engine test. The engine was fueled by neat rapeseed oil. The test was carried out through the four hours continuous engine operation with keeping low load. After the operation, state of deposit formation and fuel dilution in lubricating oil were investigated. Results indicate that Re-entrant piston which creates strong reverse squish and high swirl forms the deposit annular on the piston top. Toroidal piston easily produces deposit on the undersurface of cylinder head. The deposit in the cavity accumulates where initial rapeseed oil spray impinges regardless of piston types. The carbonization of the deposit is promoted on the wall surface where the burned gas with high temperature and high velocity comes into contact. It is important to avoid extremely strong reverse squish to the cylinder liner in order to control the fuel dilution. The deep-bowl chamber changes the direction of reverse squish from the cylinder liner direction to the cylinder head direction. The low velocity outflow from the piston cavity reduces the adhesion of unburned fuel on the cylinder liner, resulting in the smaller amount of unburned fuel scraped off by a piston ring.
Journal Title
Fuel
ISSN
00162361
NCID
AA11527040
AA00652288
Publisher
Elsevier
Volume
221
Start Page
35
End Page
43
Published Date
2018-02-17
Remark
論文本文は2020-02-17以降公開予定
Rights
© 2018. This manuscript version is made available under the CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0 license http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
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DOI (Published Version)
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language
eng
TextVersion
その他
departments
Science and Technology