Analysis of creation and combustion process of hydrogen-air mixtures by optical method in isochoric chamber
 
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Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at Cracow University of Technology.
Publication date: 2017-08-01
 
Combustion Engines 2017,170(3), 121–125
 
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The article considers the analysis of combustion process of hydrogen-air mixture of variable composition. Direct injection of hydrogen into the isochoric combustion chamber was applied and the mixture formation took place during the combustion process. The influence of the dose distribution of the fuel supplied before and after ignition on the formation of the flame front and the course of the pressure in the isochoric combustion chamber was discussed. The filming process and registration of pressure in the isochoric chamber during research of combustion process was applied.
 
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