Soot particulate size characterization in a heavy-duty diesel engine for different engine loads by laser-induced incandescence
SourceProceedings of the Combustion Institute, 31, 1, (2007), pp. 685-691
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Applied Molecular Physics
Molecular and Biophysics
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute
SubjectApplied Molecular Physics; Molecular and Biophysics
Time-resolved laser-induced incandescence was used to estimate primary particle size distributions inside the combustion chamber of a heavy-duty diesel engine as a function of the crank angle, for two different engine loads at two different probe locations. Assuming a log-normal particle size distribution, an increase of the mean primary particle size was seen during the first stages of the combustion cycle, followed by a decrease later on during the combustion process.
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