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Title: A Basic Behavior of CNG DI Combustion in a Spark-Ignited Rapid Compression Machine
Authors: HUANG, Zuohua
SHIGA, Seiichi
UEDA, Takamasa
JINGU, Nobuhisa
NAKAMURA, Hisao
ISHIMA, Tsuneaki
OBOKATA, Tomio
TSUE, Mitsuhiro
KONO, Michikata
Keywords: Natural Gas
Direct-Injection
Combustion
Lean Burn
Combustion Efficiency
Issue Date: 15-Nov-2002
Publisher: 社団法人日本機械学会
Citation: JSME international journal Ser B Fluids and thermal engineering. 45(4), 891-900 (2002)
Abstract: A basic characteristics of compressed natural gas direct-injection (CNG DI) combustion was studied by using a rapid compression machine. Results show that comparing with homogeneous mixture, CNG DI has short combustion duration, high pressure rise due to combustion, and high rate of heat release, which are considered to come from the charge stratification and the gas flow generated by .the fuel injection. CNG DI can realize extremely lean combustion which reaches 0.03 equivalence ratio, φ. Combustion duration, maximum pressure rise due to combustion and combustion efficiency are found to be insensitive to the injection modes. Unburned methane showed almost the same level as that of homogeneous mixture combustion. CO increased steeply with the increase in φ when φ was greater than 0.8 due to the excessive stratification, and NO_x peak value shifted to the region of lower φ. Combustion inefficiency maintains less than 0.08 in the range of φ from 0.1 to 0.9 and increases at very low φ due to bulk quenching and at higher φ due to excessive stratification. The combustion efficiency estimated from combustion products shows good agreement with that of heat release analysis.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/5698
ISSN: 13408054
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