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田坂, 英紀; 泉, 立哉; 木村, 正寿 (2003)
Publisher: 宮崎大学工学部
Journal: Memoirs of the Faculty of Engineering, Miyazaki University
Languages: Japanese
Types: Research
Subjects: Gas Flow, Combustibility, Combustion Pressure, Low Load, Internal Combustion Engine

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arxiv: Physics::Fluid Dynamics, Physics::Chemical Physics
Abstract ###Consideration of the global environment problems by exhaust gas is becoming important in recent years. ###Especially about internal combustion engine, social demand has been increasing about low pollution, high ###efficiency and so on. Controlling gas flow in cylinder becomes the key getting good combustion state in ###various driving states. ###The purpose of the research is analysis about the relation between gas flow and combustibility in the cylinder. ###So we measured gas flow of the circumferential and vertical direction on two axis crossing right angle at the ###center of cylinder using forward-scattered LDV. Also, we measured combustion pressure in the cylinder at ###firing condition as same state of gas flow measurement. After that, we analyzed mutual relation between gas ###flow and combustibility from each result.
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