Diesel Fuel Injection Systems : Papers Presented at a Seminar Organized by the Combustion Engines Group of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and Held at the National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull, UK on 14-15 April 1992
Papers presented as a seminar organized by the Combustion Engines Group of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, on the topic of diesel fuel injection systems. Some of the topics covered are modern application methods for modern engines, measurement and analysis of injection rate variations in diesel engines, measurement of the internal fluid flow in a diesel injector using refractive index matching, an investigation into the water/oil emulsified fuel atomization, fuel injection equipment for a coal-water slurry fuelled medium speed diesel engine and electronic unit injector system for future emission standards.
- Paperback | 160 pages
- 200 x 250mm | 560g
- 01 Jan 1992
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
- Professional Engineering Publishing
- Bury St Edmunds, United Kingdom
Table of contents
A practical diagnosis for fuel injection parameters in relation to vehicular diesels, A. Cernex, et al; modern application methods for modern engines, E.J. Cavanagh and M. Smith; measurement and analysis of injection rate variations in diesel engines, C. Arcoumanis, et al; measurement of the internal fluid flow in a diesel injector using refractive index matching, C. Arcoumanis, et al; an investigtion into the water/oil emulsified fuel atomization, P. Zhou and I. Thorp; fuel injection equipment for a coal-water flurry fuelled medium speed diesel engine, B.D. Hsu, et al; spray/wall interaction and implications for heat transfer, C. Arcoumanis and J-C. Chang; a parametric study of fuel injection performance by calculation, B. Kegl, et al; the influence of injection system parameters on DI-diesel spray structure, spray ignition and comustion, L. Burgler, et al; electronic unit injector system for future emission standards, P. Luvin, et al; new mixture formation concepts applied for small high-speed two-stroke engines, C.C. Stan; characteristics of an electronic pump-pipe-injector system with electromagnetic spill control, M.G. Yang and S.C. Sorenson; a study of new injection and spray concepts of small DI diesel engine, F. Yoshizu and M. Nakayama; optimizing diesel combustion with an EUI system for heavy-duty trucks, S. Tullis and G. Greeves; spray formation improvement of VCO nozzel for DI diesel smoke reduction, A. Liyama, et al; injector nozzel drilling by EDM, M.S. Ahmed and A.J. Wallace; turbocharging the Ford 2.5 HSDI diesel engine, P.G. Bostock and L. Cooper; the development of the Lucas CPIC system for HSDI diesel engines, G.R. Lewis.