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Investigation and Experimental Based Solution to Address High Particulate Matter Contributed from Open Crank Case Ventilation System in Automotive Diesel Engines to Meet Stringent Emission Norms BS6
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published September 22, 2021 by SAE International in United States
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As part of transformation from BS4 to BS6 automobile emission standard in India, engine manufactures are focusing on continuous development of emission control technologies and suitable strategies. Exhaust tail pipe emission and Crankcase emission are added together to meet the regulation acceptable limit. The crankcase emissions contribute substantially to the total Particulate Matter (PM) emitted from an engine. Hence there is a need of design and development of suitable Crankcase ventilation system. This paper presents investigation of high PM contributed from Open Crankcase ventilation (OCV) system in Diesel engine and experiment based solutions.
- S. Jayagopal - Ashok Leyland Ltd
- R Mahesh.Bharathi - Ashok Leyland Ltd
- Krishnan Sadagopan - Ashok Leyland Ltd
- P Mahesh - Ashok Leyland Ltd
- Sathyanandan M - Ashok Leyland Ltd
- Yogesh Bolar - Ashok Leyland Ltd
- Deepu Grasius - Ashok Leyland Ltd
- S. Jayagopal - Ashok Leyland Ltd.
- R Mahesh.Bharathi - Ashok Leyland Ltd.
- Krishnan Sadagopan - Ashok Leyland Ltd.
- P Mahesh - Ashok Leyland Ltd.
- Sathyanandan M - Ashok Leyland Ltd.
- Yogesh Bolar - Ashok Leyland Ltd.
- Deepu Grasius - Ashok Leyland Ltd.
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