LDV measurements are commonly made in spark ignition engines to investigate the interaction between the flow field and the combustion process. To achieve high LDV data rates relatively large quantities of seed particles must be introduced into the engine intake flow. Based on the measurement of the characteristic engine operating parameters, it was determined that the introduction of TiO2 seed particles into an optical L-head research engine fuelled by natural gas at stoichiometric and lean conditions did not significantly influence the combustion process.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 2, 1999
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