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Simulation Approach for Quantifying the Homogeneity of In-cylinder Mixture Formation for Port Injected Diesel Fuel for PCCI/HCCI
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Author(s)
B S Deshmukh, M K G Babu, M N Kumar, L M Das, Y V Aghav
KEYWORDS
— Euro IV, equivalence ratio, evaporation rate, fuel injection duration, fuel injection pressure, Homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI), intake air temperature, intake air pressure, Premixed charge compression ignition (PCCI), Port injection
ABSTRACT
This paper analyzes the port injected diesel fuel mixture formation for advance combustion strtegies like homogeneous charge compression ignition or premixed charge compression ignition system. The analysis combines the experimentl as well as simulation approach.
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