The Influence of Different Frequencies in the Turbulence on Early Flame Development in a Spark Ignition Engine

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Bibtex

@inproceedings{c3f8a723ee804d66b81c96b6694a8237,
title = "The Influence of Different Frequencies in the Turbulence on Early Flame Development in a Spark Ignition Engine",
abstract = "Two-components cycle-resolved Laser Doppler Velocimetry (LDV) measurements were performed with high data rate to resolve the flow in a spark ignition engine. The velocity measurements were then processed with both a frequency and a time domain filtering technique to obtain the level of turbulence at different frequencies. Simultaneous cylinder pressure measurements gave information of the duration of the early flame development through a heat release calculation. The initial combustion rate was correlated to the turbulence at different frequencies and the results showed a higher correlation for the high frequencies (4-6 kHz) when the engine was run at 700 rpm.",
keywords = "Spectrum, Spark Ignition, Turbulence, Combustion Engine, Cycle-Cycle variation",
author = "Bengt Johansson",
year = "1994",
language = "English",
publisher = "Society of Automotive Engineers",
booktitle = "SAE Technical Paper Series",
note = "SAE International Congress and Exposition, 1993 ; Conference date: 28-02-1993 Through 03-03-1993",

}