The paper aims at providing information about the in-cylinder flow structure and its evolution of a high speeddirect injection (HSDI) four valve per cylinder engine for off-highway applications.Fully transient CFD analyses by means of state-of-the-art tools and methodologies are carried out for the wholeintake and compression strokes, in order to evaluate port effects on both engine permability and in-cylinder flowfield evolution. Organized mean motions (i.e., swirl, tumble and squish) are investigated, trying to establishgeneral rules in the port design optimization process, addressing relationships between the relative portorientation and the in-cylinder flow structure. Different port configurations are compared, each deriving from therotation of the BASE port configuration on two different planes, the former being perpendicular to the cylinderaxis, while the latter being parallel to the cylinder axis.Relative intake port orientation proves to strongly influence the flow field evolution within the combustionchamber, and is therefore expected to play a non negligible role on the subsequent spray evolution and fuelcombustion.
|Data di pubblicazione:||2005|
|Titolo:||Effects of Relative Port Orientation on the In-Cylinder Flow Patterns in a Small Unit Displacement HSDI Diesel Engine|
|Autori:||Cantore, Giuseppe; Fontanesi, Stefano; Gagliardi, Vincenzo; Malaguti, Simone|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||Articolo su rivista|
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