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Study on a Small Diesel Engine With Direct Injection Impinging Distribution Spray Combustion System-Optimum of Injection System and Combustion Chamber
Published October 21, 1997 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
Event: JSAE Spring Conference
This study is concerned with a small bore (93 mm) diesel engine using impinged fuel spray, named OSKA system. The higher rate of injection show lower smoke emission with higher NOx emission. The exhaust emission and performance were investigated under different compression ratio with higher rate of injection. The experimental results show that this OSKA system is capable for reducing the smoke emission without the deterioration of NOx emission and fuel consumption compared with the conventional DI diesel engine.