TITLE

Effect of fuel metering on combustion and emissions of a PFI gasoline engine during fast startup under an HEV-like mode

AUTHOR(S)
Yu, S.; Li, L.
PUB. DATE
August 2014
SOURCE
International Journal of Automotive Technology;Aug2014, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p699
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In this paper, the transient conditions during fast startup are investigated to develop a fuel metering strategy under HEV-like mode. The fuel mixture preparation and its effects on the combustion are analyzed in detail. Specifically, the combustion in the first cycle is characterized under both conventional low-speed cranking startup and HEV-like fast startup modes. The test results show that the enhancement of cranking speed has marginal effects on mixture preparation in the first cycle. However, it prolongs the combustion duration and reduces HC emissions. The sensitivity of the fuel metering is evaluated for the initial cycles. The combustion in the 3rd ~ 5th cycles during startup is found to be fairly sensitive to the fuel metering due to the effects of transient fuel film vaporization. The fuel metering in the first cycle has the most significant effect on the combustion and emissions during fast startup. Optimized fuel metering in the first cycle shows effective reduction of HC emissions during fast startup process.
ACCESSION #
97287513

 

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