Partially homogenous combustion process: Oil dilution through piston-head wetting by varying the control start of a block injection.
Partially homogenous combustion process: Oil dilution through piston-head wetting by varying the control start of a block injection.

Combustion processes for diesel fuels have been subject to a rapid development for several years now. It is driven by an increasingly more restrictive emission legislation on the one hand and the high demands on efficiency and comfort on the other hand. Hence, great efforts continue to be required in the future to obtain the efficiency advantages of the diesel combustion process through the increasing number of exhaust-gas treatment systems and increasingly restrictive degrees of freedom. Besides the optimization of existing processes by improving the mixture formation systems and charge motion as well as increasing the exhaust-gas recirculation rate and the charging pressure, the FKFS is predominantly working on implementing the potential of homogenous and partially homogenous diesel combustion processes.

 

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