publication . Article . 2016

modelling of spray evaporation and penetration for alternative fuels

Muhammad Hanafi Azami; Mark Savill;
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  • Published: 22 Apr 2016 Journal: Fuel, volume 180, pages 514-520 (issn: 0016-2361, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Elsevier BV
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Abstract The focus of this work is on the modelling of evaporation and spray penetration for alternative fuels. The extension model approach is presented and validated for alternative fuels, namely, Kerosene (KE), Ethanol (ETH), Methanol (MTH), Microalgae biofuel (MA), Jatropha biofuel (JA), and Camelina biofuel (CA). The results for atomization and spray penetration are shown in a time variant condition. Comparisons have been made to visualize the transient behaviour of these fuels. The vapour pressure tendencies are revealed to have significant effects on the transient shape of the evaporation process. In a given time frame, ethanol fuel exhibits the highest e...
Subjects
free text keywords: Spray penetration, Alternative fuels, Fuel Technology, Organic Chemistry, Energy Engineering and Power Technology, General Chemical Engineering, Evaporation, Chemistry, Methanol, chemistry.chemical_compound, Drop (liquid), Chemical engineering, Biofuel, Inorganic chemistry, Vapor pressure, Ethanol fuel, Kerosene, Penetration (firestop)
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publication . Article . 2016

modelling of spray evaporation and penetration for alternative fuels

Muhammad Hanafi Azami; Mark Savill;