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Reducing Emissions From Diesel Combustion
- Special Publication
- ISBN 1-56091-212-X
Published February 01, 1992 by SAE International in United States
- 300 pages
This informative publication contains information dealing with engine design to reduce emissions and improve or maintain fuel economy. Partial contents include: observation of high pressure fuel spray with laser light sheet method; a DI diesel combustion and emission predictive capability for use in cycle simulation; determination of engine cylinder pressures from crankshaft speed fluctuations; combustion similarity for different size diesel engines: theoretical prediction and experimental results; prediction of diesel engine particulate emission during transient cycles; characteristics and combustibility of particulate matter; the dependence of carbon/hydrogen ratio on soot particle size; dual-fuel diesel engine using butane; measurement of flame temperature distribution in D.I. diesel engine with high pressure fuel injection; and combustion in a small DI diesel engine at starting.