Analysis of the impact of damage to the injection system on the emission of toxic substances in a spark-ignition internal combustion engine

4/2019 (179) - CE-2019-418
Autorzy: Mieczysław DZIUBIŃSKI, Ewa SIEMIONEK, Artur DROZD, Paweł ŻUR, Michał ŚCIRKA, Dawid TATARYNOW
The article presented analyses the impact of damage to the injection system on the emission of toxic subsumes in a spark-ignition internal combustion engine. The work focuses on the basic elements of the injection system, which include injectors, throttle position sensor, coolant temperature sensor and lambda sensor. In addition, a catalytic reactor has been included in the context of its direct cooperation with the injection system under set conditions. The toxicity of exhaust gases of different spark-ignition engines fueled with petrol or gas in determined operating conditions using the MAHA MGT5 exhaust gas analyser was tested. The content of toxic substances in the exhaust gases was recorded for the correct settings of the injection system and for the engine working with damage to this system. The tests carried out will allow to assess the impact of the damage of the injection system on the toxicity of exhaust gases.
Słowa kluczowe: spark-ignition internal combustion engine, exhaust gas toxicity, exhaust gas standards, injection system damage, exhaust gas analyzer


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