publication . Article . 2014

Analysis of cyclic variations during mode switching between spark ignition and controlled auto-ignition combustion operations

Chen, T; Zhao, H; Xie, H; He, B;
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  • Published: 27 Oct 2014 Journal: International Journal of Engine Research, volume 16, pages 356-365 (issn: 1468-0874, eissn: 2041-3149, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Country: United Kingdom
© IMechE 2014. Controlled auto-ignition, also known as homogeneous charge compression ignition, has been the subject of extensive research because of their ability to provide simultaneous reductions in fuel consumption and NOx emissions from a gasoline engine. However, due to its limited operation range, switching between controlled auto-ignition and spark ignition combustion is needed to cover the complete operating range of a gasoline engine for passenger car applications. Previous research has shown that the spark ignition -controlled auto-ignition hybrid combustion (SCHC) has the potential to control the ignition timing and heat release process during the mo...
arXiv: Physics::Chemical Physics
free text keywords: Ignition timing, Automotive engineering, Homogeneous charge compression ignition, Carbureted compression ignition model engine, Petrol engine, Minimum ignition energy, Mean effective pressure, Combustion, Ignition system, law.invention, law, Chemistry, Waste management
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