2016
DOI: 10.1007/s00348-016-2239-0
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Measurement and characterization of fully transient diesel fuel jet processes in an optical engine with production injectors

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“…The resultant jet-tip penetration as a function of time was compared to recently acquired optical measurements. 14 The model results and associated experimental data are shown in Figure 3.…”
Section: Motivation For Current Model Development: Breakdown Of Appromentioning
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“…The resultant jet-tip penetration as a function of time was compared to recently acquired optical measurements. 14 The model results and associated experimental data are shown in Figure 3.…”
Section: Motivation For Current Model Development: Breakdown Of Appromentioning
confidence: 99%
“…6,44 Several mathematical profiles were tested for the increase in overall jet boundary and subsequent decrease in liquid core diameter and compared to the experimental results of jet penetration from the literature. 14 As explained in that paper, a modified Otsu 45 statistical technique was employed to determine the jet boundary from the optical images. The jet penetration is determined at the head of the jet, the point of the image that has the highest contrast ratio with the background of the entire jet (as compared to the sides).…”
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“…The diesel spray formation includes complex and heterogeneous processes, including high-velocity jet flow, liquid droplet break-up, atomization, and evaporation of a dense liquid spray in a turbulent flow environment. To ensure a good mixture between the air and the fuel, the spray must penetrate into the combustion chamber and atomize [71,120,126,160,197,222]. The small temporal and spatial scales resulted from these processes makes the study of the diesel spray evolution a complicated problem.…”
Section: Diesel Spray Formationmentioning
confidence: 99%