publication . Article . 2016

effects of ethanol on combustion and emissions of a gasoline engine operating with different combustion modes

Ojapah, MM; Zhao, H; Zhang, Y;
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  • Published: 28 Jul 2016 Journal: International Journal of Engine Research, volume 17, pages 998-1,011 (issn: 1468-0874, eissn: 2041-3149, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Country: United Kingdom
The introduction of fuel economy and CO2 emission legislations for passenger cars in many countries and regions has spurred the research and development of more efficient gasoline engines. The pumping loss at part-load operations is a major factor for the higher fuel consumption of spark ignition (SI) gasoline engines than the diesel engines. Various approaches have been identified to reduce the pumping loss at part-load operations, leading to improved fuel economy, including Early Intake Valve Closing (EIVC), Positive Valve Overlap (PVO) and Controlled Auto-Ignition (CAI) combustion. On the other hand, in order to reduce the CO2 emissions from the fossil fuel, ...
free text keywords: Science & Technology, Physical Sciences, Technology, Thermodynamics, Engineering, Mechanical, Transportation Science & Technology, Transportation, Early intake-valve closing, Positive valve overlap, Controlled auto-ignition, Ethanol, Gasoline particulates, Aerodynamic Diameter Measurements, Density Characterization, Particle Morphology, Combined Mobility, Alcohol fuel, E85, Engineering, business.industry, business, Methanol fuel, Gasoline direct injection, Internal combustion engine, Octane rating, Waste management, Exhaust gas recirculation, Automotive engineering, Gasoline
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