An attempting investigation for combustion detonation of a spark plug ignition engine is carried out by means of light fibre sensor, pressure sensor and vibration sensor, and results of the investigation compaired. Meanwhile, feasibility of application of light fibre sensor technology in detonation measurement is also explored.
The exciplex tracer system fluorobenzene (FB) and diethyl-methyl-amine (DEMA) in a solution of n-hexane and methyl-tert.-butylether (MTBE) was used to investigate the mixture formation in a fired direct injection spark ignition engine.
The performance of the ionisation probe is evaluated by bench tests and with measurements of ion current mean and fluctuating levels in laminar and turbulent premixed flames and in the combustion chamber of a spark ignition engine.
Investigations into the effect of LDV seed particles on the operating characteristics of a spark ignition engine
In this work, three-dimensional fuel-air mixing inside a conventional spark ignition engine cylinder is simulated under direct injection conditions.
Cycle-to-cycle oscillations of heat release in a spark ignition engine
This field was visualised in an optical single-cylinder 4-valve pentroof-type spark-ignition engine by means of laser-sheet illumination in planes parallel to the cylinder head gasket 6 and 10?mm below the spark plug.
We study particles generated in a diesel engine, a spark-ignition engine and an oilburner.
A mathematical model for mixture self-ignition ahead of the flame front in an internal-combustion spark-ignition engine is constructed.
A commercial, V-8, spark-ignition engine was selected for this study.
A typical gasoline generator employs a single-cylinder, spark-ignition engine that combusts gasoline in a four-stroke cycle.