B.Ravi Kumar Reddy , G.Krishna Kishore
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EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF AIR SWIRL TECHNIQUE IN C.I ENGINESInternational Journal of Innovative Research in Technology(www.ijirt.org) ,ISSN: 2349-6002 ,Volume 6 ,Issue 7 ,Page(s):82-87 ,December 2019 ,Available :IJIRT148850_PAPER.pdf
Swirl is the rotational flow of air with in the cylinder about its axis. It will ensures proper mixing of fuel-air in cylinder and increases the efficiency of combustion process, but also has a significant impact on heat transfer, combustion quality, engine raw emissions. For generating swirl efficiently, many researchers have been performed, Under normal conditions, without air swirl the mixing of fuel-air is poor which leads to incomplete combustion causes the emission of un-burnt carbons. Due to these circumstance the performance of C.I engine is low, not only the performance it also effects the emissions which are polluting the environment due to un-burnt fuel, CO (Carbon- monoxides).Hydrocarbons. For overcoming these problems and generates more efficient swirl during the intake process, we design a new swirl generating device, to induce intake swirl in intake manifold of diesel engine. In this project, we designed four types of new swirl generating devices including one circular plate, Fan, cone and convergent-divergent profiles. By inserting the swirl generators in intake manifold, we analyzed and evaluated the performance and emissions of a C.I engine. Finally, we suggest the most appropriate model which gives the better result is cone with 8 blades.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 6, Issue 7

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