Influence of acetone addition into gasoline for i-DSI engine
EMRAH KANTAROĞLU AHMET ALPERYONTAR YAHYA DOĞU
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Despite the notable properties of acetone due to its volatility and oxygen content as a fuel additive, very few studies have been limited to small size special purpose engines. A comparative testing and 3D incylinder combustion CFD studies are presented for acetone-gasoline blend in an i-DSI commercial car engine as the first time. The blends contain mass ratio of acetone by 0-2-5-10-20% (G100-A2-A5-A10-A20). In testing, torque reduced 0.33% (A2), 0.66% (A5), 0.84% (A10), and 1.45% (A20) compared to gasoline. The BSFC decreased by 0.27% (A2), 0.55% (A5), 0.79% (A10), and increased 0.26% (A20). Volumetric efficiency decreased by 3.2-6.4-5.1-11.5% for A2-A5-A10-A20. The CO emission for blends is less than gasoline by 1.5% (A2), 4.0% (A5), 15.2% (A10), and 33.6% (A20). The CO2 decreased 0.8% (A2), and increased 1.3% (A5), 4.6% (A10), and 11.4% (A20). The HC reduced by 7.0% (A2), 10.1% (A5), 23.8% (A10), and 34.4% (A20). The NOx formation increased by 3.6% (A2), 4.4% (A5), 27.6% (A10), and 87.8% (A20). Acetone addition decreased torque and slightly increased BSFC. CO and HC decreased while CO2 and NOx increased with increasing acetone ratio. Acetone indeed improves the combustion while its final effect on engine performance is not found to be favorable.
EMRAH KANTAROĞLU1 AHMET ALPERYONTAR2 YAHYA DOĞU1
Volume 48, 2023
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