"This is an impressive coverage of the latest technology of component design for both diesel and petrol FI engines in compliance with the latest emission legislations. The book provides an insight into the technology, and readers will benefit from discussions on the overall future trend of fuel systems."--Materials World, March 2014Vom Verlag:
Summary: This book presents the papers from the latest conference in this successful series on fuel injection systems for internal combustion engines. It is vital for the automotive industry to continue to meet the demands of the modern environmental agenda. In order to excel, manufacturers must research and develop fuel systems that guarantee the best engine performance, ensuring minimal emissions and maximum profit. The papers from this unique conference focus on the latest technology for state-of-the-art system design, characterisation, measurement, and modelling, addressing all technological aspects of diesel and gasoline fuel injection systems. Topics range from fundamental fuel spray theory, component design, to effects on engine performance, fuel economy and emissions. The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) is one of the leading professional engineering institutions in the world. Contents: SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE: CO2 savings due to electronically controlled fuel pumps in fuel delivery modules; Influences of AdBlue spray targeting and mixing devices on the UWS distribution upstream of the SCR catalyst; Significance of droplet size when injecting aqueous urea into a Selective Catalytic Reduction after-treatment system in a light-duty diesel exhaust; GASOLINE DI SYSTEMS: Outwardly opening solenoid injector for homogenous gasoline engines with direct injection; Advanced fuel metering gasoline - requirements and Bosch system solutions; MEDIUM/HEAVY DUTY DIESEL: Latest fuel injection systems on medium speed engines used for IMO tier 3 requirements in 2016; Ultra high pressure and enhanced multiple injection - potentials for the diesel engine and challenge for the fuel injection system; Pressure is nothing without control: Evolution of control valve design; Medium and heavy duty diesel fuel injection system requirements to meet future emissions legislation; Diesel common rail fuel systems technology for high efficiency ultra low emissions medium duty engines; LIGHT-DUTY DIESEL Diesel injector internal deposits in High Pressure Common Rail diesel engines; Investigations of injection strategies for stable cold idling of an HPCR diesel engine with a compression ratio of 15.5:1; Multiple small vs single large pilot injections for diesel engines; GASOLINE DI SPRAY GENERATION: Fuel spray structure, flame propagation and charge motion at fuel impingement locations within a DISI engine; Effects of highly-heated fuel and/or high injection pressures on the spray formation of gasoline direct injection injectors; Fuel economy and emission potential of spray-guided combustion in gasoline engines; DIESEL SPRAY: Reynolds number effects on atomization and cyclic spray fluctuations under gasoline direct injection conditions; Effect of viscosity, temperature and nozzle length-to-diameter ratio on internal flow and cavitation in a multi-hole injector; Spray stability from VCO and a new diesel nozzle design concept; Virtual erosion prediction, design optimization and combustion system integration of high pressure fuel injector systems; DEVELOPMENT AND METHODOLOGY: Innovative measurement technologies for fuel injection systems; Instrument for the test of the injectors based on the measuring of spray momentum; Determining common rail system tolerances using Monte Carlo Method and Design-of-Experiments
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