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|Features of thermomechanics of pulsating gas flows in intake systems with grooves in relation to turbocharged engines
|Plotnikov, L. V.
Zhilkin, B. P.
Brodov, Y. M.
|IOP Publishing Ltd
|Plotnikov L. V. Features of thermomechanics of pulsating gas flows in intake systems with grooves in relation to turbocharged engines / L. V. Plotnikov, B. P. Zhilkin, Y. M. Brodov. — DOI 10.1088/1742-6596/1677/1/012026 // Journal of Physics: Conference Series. — 2020. — Vol. 1677. — Iss. 1. — 012026.
|Reciprocating engines (RICE) are widely used as heat engines to convert the chemical energy of fuel into mechanical work on the crankshaft. Aerodynamic and thermophysical processes in gas exchange systems significantly affect the efficiency of internal combustion RICEs. This article explores the possibility of influencing the gas dynamics and heat transfer of pulsating gas flows in the intake system by placing a channel with grooves. It is known that the presence of grooves in the channel leads to the formation of significant secondary vortices, which radically change the physical picture of the gas flow. The studies are carried out on a laboratory bench, which was a single-cylinder model of a turbocharged RICE. The system of measurements of basic physical quantities is described, taking into account their high dynamics in gas exchange systems. The experimental data processing techniques are presented. Primary data on the instantaneous values of the gas-dynamic and heat-exchange characteristics of pulsating flows are reported. It is established that the presence of a channel with grooves in the intake system leads to a decrease in the turbulence number by 40% and the intensification of heat transfer in the range of 5-50% compared with the basic intake system. A positive effect is shown in the form of an increase in engine power by 3% when using an upgraded system. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.
FLOW OF GASES
EXPERIMENTAL DATA PROCESSING
SYSTEM OF MEASUREMENTS
|The work has been supported by the Russian Science Foundation (grant No. 18-79-10003).
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