> P1 Time-resolved simultaneous visualization of liquid and gas-phase fuel and combustion by retro-reflection of pulsed LED light in an optically accessible Diesel engine

M. ZHAO, S. A. KAISER UNIVERSITY OF DUISBURG-ESSEN (GERMANY)

 

> P2 Ultra-low NOx combustion in the Z-engine

T. JANHUNEN AUMET OY (FINLAND)

 

> P3 Analysis of the in-cylinder flows induced by fuel injection

B. SCOTT, C. WILLMAN, R. STONE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD (UK)

D. RICHARDSON JAGUAR LAND ROVER (UK)

 

> P4 Spray development with in-cylinder pressure and particulate matter measurements in a GDI engine: effects of fuel volatility

S. HANIS, J. CAMM, M. DAVY, R. STONE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD (UK)

 

> P5 Performance and emission characteristics of dual fuel compression ignition engine fueled with syngas and Diesel

J. LEE, T. CHUNG, Y. LEE, S. OH KOREA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (REPUBLIC OF KOREA)

C. KIM KOREA INSTITUTE OF MACHINERY AND MATERIALS (REPUBLIC OF KOREA)

 

> P6 A novel transient-pulsating flow rig for engine air system research and development

A.W. COSTALL, W.S. CHEONG, H. FLORA, A. MUNASINGHE IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON (UK)

R. IVANOV R-FLOW (BULGARIA)

R.W. KRUISWYK, J.R. MCDONALD CATERPILLAR (UK)

 

> P7 Investigating the effect of multi-variable interactions in modelling high speed reactive spray break up injected in high pressure elevated temperature environment

D. NSIKANE, K. VOGIATZAKI, R. MORGAN UNIVERSITY OF BRIGHTON (UK)

K. MUSTAFA, N. WINDER, A. WARD RICARDO INNOVATIONS (UK)

 

> P8 Multi-objective optimization of fuel consumption and NOx emissions using a stochastic reactor model

T. FRANKEN, F. MAUSS BRANDENBURG UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY COTTBUS-SENFTENBERG (GERMANY)

A. DUGGAN ESTECO NORTH AMERICA (USA)

F. TAO CUMMINS INC (USA)

A. BORG, H. LEHTINIEMI, A. MATRISCIANO LOGE AB (SWEDEN)

 

> P9 High speed optical characterization of evaporating sprays for medium speed marine engines

R. VERSCHAEREN, S. VERHELST UNIVERSITY OF GENT (BELGIUM)

 

> P10 Effects of ambient O2 concentration on soot formation and oxidation characteristics of Diesel jet flame in an optically accessible small sized constant volume combustion chamber

A. AZETSU, Y. SAITO, T. KASHIMA, D. KOMASAKI TOKAI UNIVERSITY (JAPAN)

 

> P11 Effect of injection pressure on fuel adhesion of flat wall-impinging spray under high ambient temperature condition

H. LUO, S. UCHITOMI, T. WATANABE, K. NISHIDA, Y. OGATA UNIVERSITY OF HIROSHIMA (JAPAN)

W. ZHANG, T. FUJIKAWA MAZDA MOTOR CORPORATION (JAPAN)

 

> P12 Comparisons of engine performances on advanced combustion technologies in a HD diesel engine

E. SHIM DOOSAN INFRACORE (REPUBLIC OF KOREA)

H. PARK, C. BAE KAIST (REPUBLIC OF KOREA)

 

> P13 Soot characterization: combined sampling and optical techniques

D. EMBERSON, K. O. P. BJØRGEN, T. LØVÅS NTNU (NORWAY)

 

> P14 Ignition and combustion behavior of sprays from fossil Diesel and alternative fuels

S. RIESS, L. WEISS, A. PETER, M. WENSING FRIEDRICH-ALEXANDER-UNIVERSITY ERLANGEN-NÜREMBERG (GERMANY)

 

> P15 Method to characterize lubrication failure in a turbocharger: a diagnosis technique

O. SANDOVAL, J.G. BAÊTA, B. CAETANO, J.A. TEIXEIRA, M. BARRIENTOS UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE MINAS GERAIS (BRAZIL)

 

> P16 Development and validation of a quasi-dimensional spray model for DI-SI engines

F. PELLEGRINO, D. VEYNANTE UNIVERSITÉ PARIS SACLAY (FRANCE)

A. DULBECCO IFP ENERGIES NOUVELLES (FRANCE)

 

> P17 Internal GDI-based injector dynamics employing neutron radiography

M.L. WISSINK, C.E.A. FINNEY, E.J. NAFZIGER, D.A. SPLITTER, T.J. TOOPS OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY (USA)

 

> P18 Modelling and experimental validation of an exhaust heat exchanger for thermoelectric generators in light-duty diesel engines

P. FERNÁNDEZ-YAÑEZ, S. EZZITOUNI, L. SÁNCHEZ, O. ARMAS UNIVERSIDAD DE CASTILLA-LA MANCHA (SPAIN)

 

> P19 Exhaust gas reforming to enable «single-fuel» reactivity controlled compression ignition combustion modes

W.F.NORTHROP, S. KANE, D. DASRATH UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA (USA)

 

> P20 On the design of novel access and methodology for optical diagnostics inside internal combustion engines under severe operating conditions

R. OUNG, B. DELAPORTE DANIELSON ENGINEERING (FRANCE)

Y. CAO, A. KEROMNES, L. LE MOYNE UNIVERSITÉ DE BOURGOGNE (FRANCE)

 

> P21 High-sensitivity laser-induced incandescence measurements for next-generation engines

J. MANIN, W.D. BACHALO, M.J. FIDRICH, G.A. PAYNE ARTIUM TECHNOLOGIES (USA)

 

> P22 Fuel nozzle asymmetry effects on internal flow and spray distribution

B. A. SFORZO, K. E. MATUSIK, H. J. SEONG, A. L. KASTENGREN, C. F. POWELL ARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY (USA)

 

> P23 LES investigation of turbulence interaction with the multiphase dynamics of high speed in nozzle flows and evaporating sprays

C. LI, P. MCGINN, C. CRUA, R. MORGAN, M. HEIKAL, K. VOGIATZAKI UNIVERSITY OF BRIGHTON (UK)

 

> P24 Toward CFD modeling calibration for E10 gasoline partially pre-mixed combustion

Y. BLACODON, V. MOREL, P.O. CALENDINI ARAMCO RESEARCH AND INNOVATION (FRANCE)

 

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