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Impact of Premixed Kerosene Fuel on Performance , Emission and Combustion Characteristics in Partial HCCI Engine

@inproceedings{Teoha2015ImpactOP,
  title={Impact of Premixed Kerosene Fuel on Performance , Emission and Combustion Characteristics in Partial HCCI Engine},
  author={Y. H. Teoha and H. H. Masjukia and Maria Kalama and M. A. Amalinaa and H. G. Howa},
  year={2015}
}
Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition (HCCI) is an advanced combustion strategy that able to reduce nitric oxides (NOx) emissions and increase fuel efficiency simultaneously. This study investigated the effects of premixed kerosene fuel on the auto-ignition characteristics in a light-duty compression ignition engine. A partial HCCI engine was modified from a single cylinder, four-stroke, direct injection compression ignition engine. The partial HCCI is achieved by injecting kerosene fuel into… Expand
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