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NEDENEF Report Summary

Project ID: G3RD-CT-1999-00021
Funded under: FP5-GROWTH
Country: Greece

DI engine performance and emissions

Effect of Fuel Density Increase on DI Engine Performance and Emissions:
- Small increase of Cylinder Pressure.
- Slight increase of Injection Pressure.
- Small decrease of Ignition Delay.
- Increase of Soot emissions.
- No serious effect on NO emissions.
- No serious effect on CO emissions.
- Small decrease of HC emissions.

Effect of Surface Tension Increase on DI Engine Performance and Emissions:
- No serious effect on Cylinder Pressure.
- No effect on Injection Pressure.
- No serious effect on Ignition Delay.
- No significant effect on Soot.
- No considerable effect on NO emissions.
- No serious effect on CO emissions.
- Small decrease of HC emissions.

Effect of Fuel O2 Content Increase on DI Engine Performance and Emissions:
- Reduction of Cylinder Pressure.
- No effect on Injection Pressure.
- Small decrease of Ignition Delay.
- Decrease of Soot emissions.
- Slight increase of NO emissions.
- Small decrease of CO emissions.
- Slight decrease of HC emissions.

Effect of Fuel Viscosity Increase on DI Engine Performance and Emissions
- Small increase of Cylinder Pressure.
- Increase of Injection Pressure.
- Small decrease of Ignition Delay.
- Increase of Soot emissions.
- No significant effect on NO emissions.
- No serious effect on CO emissions.
- Small decrease of HC emissions.

Effect of Fuel Compressibility Increase on DI Engine Performance and Emissions:
- No serious effect on Cylinder Pressure.
- Decrease of Injection Pressure.
- No serious effect on Ignition Delay.
- Small increase of Soot emissions.
- Slight decrease on NO emissions.
- No serious effect on CO emissions.
- Small decrease of HC emissions.

Contact

Dimitrios HOUNTALAS, (Scientific responsible)
Tel.: +30-2107721259
Fax: +30-2107723475
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