Cycle Resolved Wall Temperature Measurements Using Laser-Induced Phosphorescence in an HCCI Engine
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Cycle-resolved wall temperature measurements have been performed in a one-cylinder, port-injected optical Scania D12 truck engine run in HCCI mode. Point measurements at various locations were made using Laser-Induced Phosphorescence (LIP). Single point measurements with thermographic phosphors utilize the temperature dependency of the phosphorescence decay time. The phosphorescence peak at 538 nm from the thermographic phosphor La2O2S:Eu was used to determine temperature. A frequency tripled 10 Hz pulsed Nd:YAG laser delivering ultraviolet (UV) radiation at 355 nm was used for excitation of the phosphor. Detection in the spectral region 535 - 545 nm was performed every cycle with a photo multiplier tube connected to a 3 GHz oscilloscope. Measurements were made at four points on the cylinder head surface and two points on the outlet and inlet valves respectively. For each location measurements were made at different loads and at different crank angle degrees (CAD). The aim of the presented work was to study the feasibility of using LIP for single-shot, cycle-resolved wall temperature measurements.
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Ämnesklassifikation (UKÄ) – OBLIGATORISK
|Tidskrift||SAE technical paper series|
|Status||Published - 2005|
|Peer review utförd||Ja|