A Multidimensional Data Set For Diesel Combustion Model Validations II - Fuel Injection Rate and Boundary Conditions

872088

11/01/1987

Event
1987 SAE International Fall Fuels and Lubricants Meeting and Exhibition
Authors Abstract
Content
The instantaneous rate of fuel injection has been measured in a diesel combustion bomb. For this purpose two methods were used: a measurement based on the velocity of a pumping piston and a measurement based on the injection pressure, and an assigned discharge coefficient. The two methods are discussed in detail and yield nearly the same result.
The boundary conditions are characterized by time and spatially resolving the wall temperature, the heat flux (radiative plus convective) and the normal component of the radiant heat flux. Thin film surface thermocouples and a two-color pyrometer are used for these measurements.
A unique fuel injection system designed for single shot experiments has been designed and the details are presented. Results of exploratory experiments are presented to demonstrate the versatility of this system.
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DOI
https://doi.org/10.4271/872088
Pages
28
Citation
Oren, D., Durrett, R., Ferguson, C., Timar, J. et al., "A Multidimensional Data Set For Diesel Combustion Model Validations II - Fuel Injection Rate and Boundary Conditions," SAE Technical Paper 872088, 1987, https://doi.org/10.4271/872088.
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Published
Nov 1, 1987
Product Code
872088
Content Type
Technical Paper
Language
English