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Emissions Reduction of DI Diesel Engine by Combining Combustion Factor and Fuel Properties
Published September 28, 2005 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
Event: JSAE Autumn Conference
Low temperature and premixed combustion can simultaneously reduce NOx, smoke, and combustion noise without any deterioration in thermal efficiency. And Gas-to-Liquid fuel, which is one of attractive candidates as future diesel fuel, can reduce HC emission greatly in a cold running condition. Experimental investigations were conducted on a single-cylinder direct injection diesel engine to examine the emissions reducing possibility of combining combustion factor and fuel properties. It made clear that an adjustment of carbon number distribution has an ability to reduce particulate matter. Based on these results, we suggest a future fuel direction for clean diesel engine.