The use of turbulization in preliminary fuel treatment in self-ignition engines
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Publication date: 2009-07-01
Combustion Engines 2009,138(3), 49-53
It is possible to increase the effectiveness parameters of self-ignition engine performance as well as to decrease the emission of toxic compounds in exhaust gases by using preliminary catalytic fuel treatment - PROCESSING – executed directly in the injector body. In order to enhance the impact of the catalyst on the flowing fuel we propose to take advantage of the phenomenon of turbulization in injector passages. First results of tests on an engine of 359 type have shown an improvement of operating parameters and a decrease of toxic emission in exhaust gases.
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