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A Preliminary Thermal Response Analysis of Exhaust Pipe Plenums for Diesel Aftertreatment Improvement
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published October 16, 2006 by SAE International in United States
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Empirical and analytical investigations are conducted to evaluate the thermal response of exhaust pipe plenums at different levels of exhaust gas recirculation and through a variety of fuel delivery strategies. The effectiveness of different combustion control techniques is evaluated for moderating the engine-out exhaust temperature. Comparison of the external fuel injection with in-cylinder post injection for enabling aftertreatment is provided which indicates the stronger temperature raising potential of the external fuel injection. This research attempts to quantify the thermal response of the exhaust pipe plenums and its effects on the gas temperature at the inlet of the aftertreatment devices. The measurement and modeling of the dynamic thermal response in this research intend to improve the performance of diesel aftertreatment devices.
- Ming Zheng - Mechanical, Automotive and Materials Engineering, University of Windsor
- Usman Asad - Mechanical, Automotive and Materials Engineering, University of Windsor
- Graham T. Reader - Mechanical, Automotive and Materials Engineering, University of Windsor
- David S-K. Ting - Mechanical, Automotive and Materials Engineering, University of Windsor
CitationZheng, M., Asad, U., Reader, G., and Ting, D., "A Preliminary Thermal Response Analysis of Exhaust Pipe Plenums for Diesel Aftertreatment Improvement," SAE Technical Paper 2006-01-3310, 2006, https://doi.org/10.4271/2006-01-3310.
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