International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology, Vol. 9 (2019) No. 2, pages: 656-663, DOI:10.18517/ijaseit.9.2.8361

Research and Design an Experimental Model for the Determination of Deposits Formation Mechanism in the Combustion Chamber

Van Viet Pham

Abstract

One of the important researches on fuel use in diesel engines is the basic study of deposits formation in engine combustion chambers. The process of creating deposits in the engine combustion chamber is a complex phenomenon causing many different problems. Therefore, it is necessary to study the mechanism of deposits formation and development in engine combustion chamber when using traditional diesel or biodiesel. The study of combustion chamber deposits in internal engines was conducted to understand the effects of deposits on the engine and how they were formed and developed. Most of the current studies on deposits are carried out using statistical results from vehicle’s engines. Testing on real engines requires a long time and long distance travel, which makes the cost of both tests very high, causes damage to the engine during deposits testing. Studying and finding a simpler, more cost-effective experimental model that meets the requirements of the deposits formation testing and assessing the factors that make up them are essential. An experimental model design to determine the formation mechanism of deposits in the combustion chamber is the key point of the paper. This study clarifies the deposits formation of fuel in the engine by using a method called a heated surfaces deposits formation testing (HSDFT) and simulate the accumulation and development of deposits in combustion chamber. This model will help researchers to initially build the database effectively to determine the deposits formation mechanism in the combustion chamber of diesel engines when using different fuel.

Keywords:

deposits formation; combustion chamber deposits; experimental model; diesel engines.

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