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Study on the Effect of Second Injection Timing on the Engine Performances of a Gasoline/Hydrogen SI Engine with Split Hydrogen Direct Injecting

Abstract

Split hydrogen direct injection (SHDI) has been proved capable of better efficiency and fewer emissions. Therefore, to investigate SHDI deeply, a numerical study on the effect of second injection timing was presented at a gasoline/hydrogen spark ignition (SI) engine with SHDI. With an excess air ratio of 1.5, five different second injection timings achieved five kinds of hydrogen mixture distribution (HMD), which was the main factor affecting the engine performances. With SHDI, since the HMD is manageable, the engine can achieve better efficiency and fewer emissions. When the second injection timing was 105◦ crank angle (CA) before top dead center (BTDC), the Pmax was the highest and the position of the Pmax was the earliest. Compared with the single hydrogen direct injection (HDI), the NOX, CO and HC emissions with SHDI were reduced by 20%, 40% and 72% respectively.

Funding source: This research was funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (grant number 51976076) and the National Engineering Laboratory for Mobile Source Emission Control Technology (grant number NELMS2018A19).
Related subjects: Applications & Pathways
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2020-10-07
2023-01-27
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