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Title: Mean Drop Diameter of a Diesel Spray in a Vaporizing Process
Authors: TABATA, Michihiko
FUJII, Hiroshi
ARAI, Masataka
HIROYASU, Hiroyuki
Keywords: Internal Combustion Engine
Diesel Engine
Fuel Injection
Diesel Spray
Sauter Mean Diameter
Laser Diffraction
Fraunhofer Diffraction
Issue Date: 15-Aug-1991
Publisher: 社団法人日本機械学会
Citation: JSME international journal Ser 2 Fluids engineering, heat transfer power combustion thermophysical properties. 34-Ⅱ(3), 369-378 (1991)
Abstract: The Sauter mean diameter and size distribution of a diesel spray in a vaporizing process were studied to obtain detailed information of the diameter change of the spray in an elevated-temperature and-pressure environment. In this study, direct photographs of the diffracted light from particles or spray drops were taken using a pulsed laser and analyzed directly. The mean particle size could be measured even if the diffracted light from particles passed through a high-ambient-temperature and-pressure environment. The liquids used for studying a vaporizing diesel spray were diesel fuel and n-heptane. The Sauter mean diameter increased to a maximum, then decreased with a further increase of the ambient temperature. The change of the Sauter mean diameter was different for different fuel evaporation rates. The increase of the Sauter mean diameter of n-heptane spray occurred at a lower ambient temperature condition than did that for the diesel spray.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/5714
ISSN: 09148817
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