EFFECT OF DIESEL ENGINE DECARBONISATION ON SELECTED EXHAUST VALUES

Abstract

In this article, the authors refer to the measurement of acoustic emission, where they found that this methodology can determine the combustion characteristics in the combustion chamber of the engine and thus it is possible to confirm a better combustion process and overall reduction of engine noise after decarbonization. The formation of diesel exhaust soot is also supported by the authors' paper, in which they describe how such soot is formed and what effect the addition of special mixtures to the combustion process has on the formation of such carbon deposits. The article uses BG technologies for deep engine decarbonization, including intake and exhaust parts. This technology is one of many on the market, but it was only with this technology that the authors managed to achieve the relevant results that this article will introduce to. For the test, we selected vehicles that had a problem to pass at the emission control.

Recommended articles

DEVELOPMENT OF A ROBOTIC FABRICATION SYSTEM FOR CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS

ALES HVIZDAL, OTO MELTER, PETER KOTES, MICHAEL GABRIEL, JIRI KOLISKO, DAVID CITEK
Keywords: 3D Print | cementitious material | extruder | data optimization