Low Temperature Combustion with Multiple Injection Strategies in Single Cylinder Diesel Engine
Yogesh Diliprao Sonawane1, Ekanath Raghunath Deore2
1Yogesh Diliprao Sonawane*, Research Scholer, SVKM’s IoT, Dhule, Maharashtra, India.
2Ekanath Raghunath Deore, Research Scholer, SSVPS’s BSDCoE, Dhule, Maharashtra, India.
Manuscript received on April 20, 2020. | Revised Manuscript received on May 01, 2020. | Manuscript published on May 10, 2020. | PP: 779-785 | Volume-9 Issue-7, May 2020. | Retrieval Number: E2933039520/2020©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.E2933.059720
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Abstract: Low-temperature combustion(LTC) with multiple injection strategies is a recent trend for NOx and soot reduction in single-cylinder diesel engines. This paper presents a technical study of past research carried out on multiple injections, which are pilot I and pilot II injection before main injection, to decrease engine soot to meet emission legislation while upholding efficiency and decrease or eliminate exhaust after treatment. Previous research indicates that extending ignition lag to enhance the proper premixing, and controlling temperature of combustion to optimal level using Exhaust Gas Recirculation, have been accepted as an important aspect to attain low temperature combustion. In this paper, we first discuss the effect pilot I injection and pilot II injection strategy through varied injection quantity and time range. Thereafter, we briefly review how pilot II injection provides better results compared with the pilot I injection, which is by reason of better premixing, improves the turbulent effect and lowers the emission. Next, we provide a broad overview of the collected works on the effect of injection pressure, temperature and rate of exhaust gas recirculation on engine emissions. We conclude by identifying a few dependencies of engine parameters in low-temperature combustion by multiple injections so as to reduce the engine emissions.
Keywords: Low-temperature Combustion, Multiple injections, Engine-out emission, Ignition delay, Exhaust Gas Recirculation.
Scope of the Article: Petroleum and Mineral Resources Engineering