2008
DOI: 10.1111/j.1747-1567.2007.00188.x
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A New Methodology for Correcting the Signal Cumulative Phenomenon on Injection Rate Measurements

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“…Most important fuel properties are detailed in Table 2. The injector mass flow rate and spray momentum flux were measured at the beginning of this investigation by testing the injection hardware in dedicated test rigs; at a suitable range of operating conditions in terms of injection pressure, injector backpressure and injection duration; following the methodology described in [25,26] using commercial diesel fuel and also the gasoline fuel selected for this research. It was observed that the injection system is able to properly inject gasoline with good performance up to a maximum injection pressure of 1200 bar, from where some internal leakages might start to appear and proper functioning of the injection system cannot be further assured.…”
Section: Engine Architecture and Hardwarementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Most important fuel properties are detailed in Table 2. The injector mass flow rate and spray momentum flux were measured at the beginning of this investigation by testing the injection hardware in dedicated test rigs; at a suitable range of operating conditions in terms of injection pressure, injector backpressure and injection duration; following the methodology described in [25,26] using commercial diesel fuel and also the gasoline fuel selected for this research. It was observed that the injection system is able to properly inject gasoline with good performance up to a maximum injection pressure of 1200 bar, from where some internal leakages might start to appear and proper functioning of the injection system cannot be further assured.…”
Section: Engine Architecture and Hardwarementioning
confidence: 99%
“…The injection rate measurements were carried out in a standard injection rate discharge curve indicator based in the Bosch method (anechoic tub), described in [28]. In order to obtain a good estimation of the experimental errors, several repetitive measurements were carried out at the same test point (energizing time, rail pressure, and backpressure).…”
Section: Injection Rate Meter and Spray Momentum Test Rigmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Mirko Bartatta [6] showed that fluctuations of the fuel injection quantities could be decreased by using an optimum length-diameter ratio of fuel pipe, and Bianchi G M et al [7] also demonstrated that the variations of the fuel injection quantities could be reduced by utlizing a short fuel pipe with large inner diameter. As reported in the reference [8], the influence of cavitation in the fuel pipe on the injection pressure and the injection rate was established together with and a validated measuring method for fuel injection rate.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%