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TECHNICAL PAPERS: Internal Combustion Engines

Performance Characteristics of a Low Heat Rejection Direct-Injection Military Diesel Engine Retrofitted With Thermal Barrier Coated Pistons

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P. Schihl, E. Schwarz, W. Bryzik

U.S. Army TACOM R&D Center, Propulsion Laboratory, Warren, MI 48397-5000

J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power 123(3), 644-651 (Jan 01, 2001) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1370372 History: Received April 01, 2000; Revised January 01, 2001
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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Figures

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The influence of combustion system design on indicated work output. The number following the combustion system designator represents intake manifold temperature in centigrade, i.e., BL-60°C is the baseline combustion system at 60°C intake manifold temperature while the column descriptor has the format given by engine speed-load, i.e., 16-full is 1600 RPM at full load.
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Ignition delay trends for various combustion system designs. The descriptor following the combustion system designator represents engine load condition.
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The influence of representative combustion time on indicated fuel economy. The number following the combustion system designator represents intake manifold temperature in centigrade, i.e., BL-60°C is the baseline combustion system at 60°C intake manifold temperature, while the descriptor following the intake manifold temperature is the engine load condition.
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The role of combustion timing on fuel economy
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The influence of combustion system design on the 10 percent to 90 percent burn duration. The descriptor following the combustion system designator is the engine load condition.
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Peak cylinder pressure trends for various combustion systems. The number following the combustion system designator represents intake manifold temperature in centigrade, i.e., BL-60°C is the baseline combustion system at 60°C intake manifold temperature.
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PT fuel injection system delivery performance. The number following the combustion system designator represents intake manifold temperature in centigrade, i.e., BL-60°C is the baseline combustion system at 60°C intake manifold temperature. NPZ data includes both 60°C and 107°C manifold conditions.
Grahic Jump Location
The influence of combustion system design on indicated fuel economy. The number following the combustion system designator represents intake manifold temperature in centigrade, i.e., BL-60°C is the baseline combustion system at 60°C intake manifold temperature while the column descriptor has the format given by engine speed-load, i.e., 16-full is 1600 RPM at full load.

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