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Combustion Modes of Light Duty Diesel Particulates in Ceramic Filters with Fuel Additives
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published March 01, 1986 by SAE International in United States
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Auto-regeneration of diesel particulate traps, particularly combustion mode of soot in a wall flow filter with fuel additives, was investigated using a diesel engine of a light duty truck and truck itself. Soot burning in the trap and regeneration were observed under any engine operating condition including prolonged idling and stop-and-go driving at 0.18g metal/1 dosage of a mixture of copper and lead in the fuels. However, trap life was limited by ash clogging due to the metallic compounds. Although the influence of metallic additives on the environment was debatable, test results of the trap durability and calculations of soot burning based on the thermal ignition theory indicated that dosage and kind of fuel additives should be optimized in view of both trap life and reliability of soot burning.
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CitationIse, H., Saitoh, K., Kawagoe, M., and Nakayama, O., "Combustion Modes of Light Duty Diesel Particulates in Ceramic Filters with Fuel Additives," SAE Technical Paper 860292, 1986, https://doi.org/10.4271/860292.
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