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The Internal Residual Gas and Effective Release Energy of a Spark-Ignition Engine with Various Inlet Port-Bore Ratios and Full Load Condition

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Abstract
This paper presents the effect of inlet port diameter-bore ratios (IPD/B) on the effective release energy and internal exhaust residual gas of a spark-ignition engine. To investigate the exhaust residual gas in the combustion chamber, a simulation model is setup based on AVL-boost software, and to validate the simulation model an experimental model is also setup. The results of the research show that: the IPD/B ratios have a large effect on the residual gas and effective release energy. When the IPD/B ratio increases from 0.3-0.5, the residual gas increases from 0.11% to 0.14%, and the effective release energy increases from 0.33 KJ to a maximum value of 0.45 KJ, and after that decreases. The engine shows the maximum effective release energy at IPD/B ratio is 0.4. The emission of HC and CO is decreased, but the NOx is increased until a maximum value after that decreased.
Author(s)
웬 수언 코아임옥택
Issued Date
2021
Type
Article
Keyword
IPD/B ratioEREERGNOx emissionHC emission
DOI
10.3390/en14133773
URI
https://oak.ulsan.ac.kr/handle/2021.oak/8940
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Publisher
Energies
Location
스위스
Language
영어
ISSN
1996-1073
Citation Volume
14
Citation Number
13
Citation Start Page
3733
Citation End Page
3733
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Engineering > Mechanical and Automotive Engineering
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