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Influence on Injection and Combustion Phenomena by Elimination of Hole Nozzle Sac Volume
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published February 01, 1986 by SAE International in United States
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For the reduction of unburned hydrocarbon emission from DI diesel engines nozzle sac volume is reduced and, in some cases, eliminated by covering the orifice with a valve.
Studies on the sacless nozzle, however, clarified that it seriously influences the injection phenomena :
- i. The state of the fuel spray is different at each spray hole and at each needle lift.
- ii. Facilitates the combustion gas blow-back into the nozzle.
The following are elucidated through this study :
- i. Irregular state of spray bases on flow line at the space between seat and needle different for each orifice and for each needle lift.
- ii. Gas blow-back occurs when needle bouncing and cylinder gas oscillation take place at the same time.
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CitationAndoh, H. and Shiraishi, K., "Influence on Injection and Combustion Phenomena by Elimination of Hole Nozzle Sac Volume," SAE Technical Paper 860416, 1986, https://doi.org/10.4271/860416.
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