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Title: Investigation and combusion analysis of homogeneous charge compression ignition hcci engine with cfd appraoch
Researcher: Chakradhar, Goud S
Guide(s): Maheswar, D
Keywords: Mechanical Engineering
Upload Date: 21-Feb-2014
University: Shri Jagdishprasad Jhabarmal Tibarewala University
Completed Date: 09-07-2013
Abstract: The four-stroke internal combustion engine has had the same operating principle and materials for more than 130 years but still there are many areas left for improvement. As the engine type of choice for transportation it relies heavily on the availability of a suitable energy source. This has so far been met by the vast amount of oil that has been available. newlineFrom very few years, many experiments have been conducted for increasing engine efficiency and reducing environmental pollutions. New engine applicable technology emerges continuously that, if or when economically sensible, can provide improvements in some or several aspects without cost in others. . However, the demands are constantly increasing; less emissions, lower fuel consumption, more power and lower costs. A continuous development is always required. More research is to improve engine-out emissions are so many options. The interest across globe taken in to account and considered in recent times that due to low emissions of alternative fuels in the process of engines like Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition (HCCI) has. Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition (HCCI) is modern concept in combustion. It is defined as a hybrid concept of SI and CI engines. It releases mainly hydrocarbons (HC) caused by incomplete combustion and quenching due to wall effects. HC emissions are in general considered more treatable than NOx emissions.
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Appears in Departments:Faculty of Engineering

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