Nanoparticles charaterization at the spark ignition engine exhaust (Articolo in rivista)

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  • Nanoparticles charaterization at the spark ignition engine exhaust (Articolo in rivista) (literal)
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  • 2008-01-01T00:00:00+01:00 (literal)
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  • Merola S.S., Tornatore C., Va­glieco B.M. (2008)
    Nanoparticles charaterization at the spark ignition engine exhaust
    in Journal of KONES
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  • Merola S.S., Tornatore C., Va­glieco B.M. (literal)
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  • 347 (literal)
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  • 355 (literal)
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  • The particles al the exhaust of two Port Fuel Injection Spark Ignition (PFI-SI) engines were characterised in terms of number size distribution and chemical properties. Optical techniques based on the Laser Induced Incandescence (LII) and on the Broadband Ultraviolet - Visible Extinction and Scattering Spectroscopy (BUVESS) were applied. The optical results were compared with those obtained by Electrical Low Pressure Impactor (ELPI). The aim of the work was the characterisation of the nanoparticles emitted by Port Fuel Injection Spark Ignition (PFI - SI) engines in terms of number size distribution and chemical-physical properties. Two PFI - SI engines were used for the experiments: a four-cylinder engine and a research optically accessible single cylinder engine. The experiments were performed al the exhaust of a multi-cylinder SI engine equipped with a three way catalyst (TWC) and in the combustion chamber and at the exhaust of a single-cylinder optical engine. High number concentrations of nanoparticles (D < 50 nm) were detected. The presence of carbonaceous particles al the exhausts was due lo the ignition of the fuel film deposits on the intake valves and on the cylinder walls. This was demonstrated by the optical measurements performed in the combustion chamber of the research engine. Different engine operating conditions were considered. (literal)
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  • Istituto Motori, CNR, Napoli, Italy (literal)
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  • Nanoparticles charaterization at the spark ignition engine exhaust (literal)
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  • The particles al the exhaust of two Port Fuel Injection Spark Ignition (PFI-SI) engines were characterised in terms of number size distribution and chemical properties. Optical techniques based on the Laser Induced Incandescence (LII) and on the Broadband Ultraviolet - Visible Extinction and Scattering Spectroscopy (BUVESS) were applied. The optical results were compared with those obtained by Electrical Low Pressure Impactor (ELPI). The aim of the work was the characterisation of the nanoparticles emitted by Port Fuel Injection Spark Ignition (PFI - SI) engines in terms of number size distribution and chemical-physical properties. Two PFI - SI engines were used for the experiments: a four-cylinder engine and a research optically accessible single cylinder engine. The experiments were performed al the exhaust of a multi-cylinder SI engine equipped with a three way catalyst (TWC) and in the combustion chamber and at the exhaust of a single-cylinder optical engine. High number concentrations of nanoparticles (D < 50 nm) were detected. The presence of carbonaceous particles al the exhausts was due lo the ignition of the fuel film deposits on the intake valves and on the cylinder walls. This was demonstrated by the optical measurements performed in the combustion chamber of the research engine. Different engine operating conditions were considered. (literal)
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