Modeling a fuel injector for a two-stroke diesel engine
 
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Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Lublin University of Technology
Publication date: 2017-08-01
 
Combustion Engines 2017,170(3), 147–153
 
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This paper discusses the modeling of a fuel injector to be applied in a two-stroke diesel engine. A one-dimensional model of a diesel injector was modeled in the AVL Hydsim. The research assumption is that the combustion chamber will be supplied with one or two spray injectors with a defined number of nozzle holes. The diameter of the nozzle holes was calculated for the defined options to provide a correct fuel amount for idling and the maximum load. There was examined the fuel mass per injection and efficient flow area. The studies enabled us to optimize the injector nozzle, given the option of fuel injection into the combustion chamber to be followed.
 
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