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TECHNICAL PAPERS: Internal Combustion Engines: Fuels and combustion technology

Influence of Imperfections in Working Media on Diesel Engine Indicator Process

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S. N. Danov, A. K. Gupta

  The Combustion Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742

J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power 123(1), 231-239 (Nov 15, 2000) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1339986 History: Received October 20, 2000; Revised November 15, 2000
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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Comparison between the results from the real gas model and the ideal gas model on the cylinder pressure during the combustion process for diesel engine 6RLB66
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Comparison between the results from the real gas model and ideal gas model for the cylinder temperature during the combustion process for diesel engine 6RLB66
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Comparison between the results from the real gas model and the ideal gas model for the heat transfer coefficient during the combustion process in the cylinder for engine 6RLB66
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Comparison between the results from the real gas model and the ideal gas model for the heat transfer rate during the combustion process in the cylinder for diesel engine 6RLB66
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Comparison between the results from the real gas model and the ideal gas model for the specific heat at constant volume cv during the combustion process for engine 6RLB66
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Comparison between the results from the real gas model and the ideal gas model for the specific heat at constant pressure cp during the combustion process for engine 6RLB66
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Current mass fractions of pure air and pure gas for the real gas and ideal gas cases during the combustion process for diesel engine 6RLB66
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Comparison of results between the real gas model and the ideal gas model on the current A/F equivalence ratio during the combustion process in the cylinder for engine 6RLB66
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Comparison of results between the real gas model and the ideal gas model on the fuel vaporization rate and overall combustion rate in the cylinder of diesel engine 6RLB66
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Comparison of results on the fuel mass vaporized, fuel mass burnt, and fuel vapors remaining in the cylinder for the related real and ideal gas models for diesel engine 6RLB66.
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A comparison between the experimental data calculated (using both real and ideal gas models) results on indicated pressure for engine 6RLB66
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Isotherms for carbon monoxide viewed as a real gas
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Differences between the values of specific heat at constant volume Δcv for real gas and ideal gas for carbon dioxide at various pressures and temperatures
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Differences between the specific heat values at constant pressure Δcp for real gas and ideal gas for carbon dioxide at various pressures and temperatures
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Differences between the internal energy value Δu for real gas and ideal gas for carbon dioxide at various pressures and temperatures
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Differences between the enthalpy values Δh for real gas and ideal gas for carbon dioxide at various pressures and temperatures

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