|Title||89. Joonsik Hwang, Donghui Qi, Yongjin Jung, and Choongsik Bae, “Effect of injection parametes on the combustion and emission characteristics in a common-rail direct injection diesel engine fueled with waste cooking oil biodiesel”, Renewable Energy, vol. 63, pp9-17, 2014 (SCI-E; IF 2.989, citation : 8)|
The objective of this paper was to study the effects of the injection pressure and injection timing on the combustion and emission characteristics in a single-cylinder common-rail direct injection (CRDI) diesel engine fueled with waste cooking oil (WCO) biodiesel and commercial diesel fuel. The fuel property including fatty acid composition for the biodiesel were measured and compared with those of the conventional diesel fuel. The engine tests were conducted at two injection pressures (80 and 160 MPa) and different injection timings from −25 to 0 crank angle degree (CAD) after top dead center (aTDC) under two different engine loads. The results showed that the indicated specific fuel consumption (ISFC) with respect to the injection timings of the biodiesel was higher than that of the diesel fuel under all experimental conditions. The peak cylinder pressure and the peak heat release rate of the biodiesel were slightly lower, while the ignition delay was slightly longer under all operating conditions. In terms of emissions, the biodiesel had benefits in reduction of smoke, carbon monoxide (CO), hydrocarbon (HC) emissions especially with high fuel injection pressure. The nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions of the biodiesel were relatively higher than those of the diesel under all experimental conditions.
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|Next||90. Sangwook Han, Jaeheun Kim, and Choongsik Bae, “Effect of air-fuel mixing quality on characteristics of conventional and low temperature diesel combustion”, Applied Energy, vol. 119, pp454-466, 2014 (SCI; IF 5.597, ciation : 1)|