A feasibility study of implementation of oxy-fuel combustion on a practical diesel engine at the economical oxygen-fuel ratios by computer simulation
AffiliationUniversity of Bedfordshire
Centre de Recherche en Informatique Signal et Automatique de Lille
Smart Systems and Energies
AVL UK Limited
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AbstractTo help achieve zero carbon emissions from inland waterway vessels, this implementation of oxy-fuel combustion on a practical diesel engine at the economical oxygen-fuel ratios were systematically studied and analysed in this paper. A 1-D simulation was used to explore the effect of various operating parameters for recovering the engine power when the engine is modified to the oxy-fuel combustion from conventional air combustion. The brake power of oxy-fuel combustion is only 26.7kW that has a noticeable decline compared with 40 kWof conventional air combustion with fixed consumption of fuel and oxygen. By optimising some valuable parameters, like fuel injection timing, intake charge temperature, intake components, engine compression ratio and water injection strategy, a benefit of 6.8kW has been acquired in the engine power. Afterwards, a remarkable benefit was obtained with the increase of lambdaO2 from 1.0 to 1.5, finally obtaining the same engine power with the conventional air combustion. Above all, taking advantage of various operating parameters, it is expected to further improve the value of the implement of oxy-fuel combustion on diesel engines at the economical oxygen-fuel ratios.
CitationLi X, Peng Z, Ajmal T, Aitouche A, Mobasheri R, Pei Y, Gao B, Wellers M (2020) 'A feasibility study of implementation of oxy-fuel combustion on a practical diesel engine at the economical oxygen-fuel ratios by computer simulation', Advances in Mechanical Engineering, 12 (12), pp.1-13.
SponsorsERDF (European Regional Development Fund
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