The Influence of the Piston Surface Shapes on Biodiesel Combustion in Compression Ignition Engine

Chun Chang , Dmytro Samoilenko , Md. Abul Kalam , Young Duck Yun , Cho Haengmuk


At present, the internal combustion engine is the most advantageous and convenient source of power for all large- scale plants and large-scale transportation vehicles. But on this question, it is mainly caused by the efficiency of these engines. In order to improve the efficiency, the researchers made a lot of investigations, like how to make air and fuel full mixing is done in the engine cylinders. By properly designing the intake manifold and exhaust manifold [10], combustion chamber shape, pistons, etc., can improve the characteristics of diesel engines (IC engine)[11]. In the combustion chamber, how to mix air with fuel, air movement, fuel injection time, internal pressure and bowl size at the bottom of the piston and geometry are some important evaluation parameters for controlling engine properties and exhaust emissions. The intake manifold includes a throttle body and a combustion chamber, wherein the piston is an important component. Usually the researchers conduct single study on the throttle or piston effects to improve performance for engine. In this paper, author will combine the throttle valve with differently shaped pistons to find the best combination to improve engine performance, air-fuel mixture formation and combustion complete ness for reducing the exhaust emissions.
Author Chun Chang
Chun Chang,,
, Dmytro Samoilenko (FACME / IV)
Dmytro Samoilenko,,
- Institute of Vehicles
, Md. Abul Kalam
Md. Abul Kalam,,
, Young Duck Yun
Young Duck Yun,,
, Cho Haengmuk
Cho Haengmuk,,
Journal seriesTRANSPORT MEANS, ISSN 1822-296X, e-ISSN 2351-7034
Issue year2018
Publication size in sheets0.5
Conference22th International Conference Transport Means 2018, 03-10-2018 - 05-10-2018, Trakai, Litwa
Keywords in Englishintake system, complet e combustion, piston geometry, engine efficiency, swir
Languageen angielski
Score (nominal)15
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ScoreMinisterial score = 15.0, 21-04-2020, ArticleFromJournal
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