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Exhaust Gas Condensate as an Enabler for Self-Contained Water Injection Systems

HÉBERT, G. BAZALA, J. FISCHER, O. NOTHBAUM, J. THEWES, M. VOSSHALL, T.

Originální název

Exhaust Gas Condensate as an Enabler for Self-Contained Water Injection Systems

Anglický název

Exhaust Gas Condensate as an Enabler for Self-Contained Water Injection Systems

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Water Inejction has proven its benefits to increase power or optimize fuel consumption of a passanger car. This technology enables knock mitigation to either increase the engine power output or raise the compression ratio and efficiency while enabling lmbda = 1 operation in the complete engine map to meet future emission targets. For this purpose analytical methods, developmnet of simulation models and vehicle testing have been used.

Anglický abstrakt

Water Inejction has proven its benefits to increase power or optimize fuel consumption of a passanger car. This technology enables knock mitigation to either increase the engine power output or raise the compression ratio and efficiency while enabling lmbda = 1 operation in the complete engine map to meet future emission targets. For this purpose analytical methods, developmnet of simulation models and vehicle testing have been used.

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@inproceedings{BUT161952,
  author="Guillaume {Hébert} and Jiří {Bazala} and Oliver {Fischer} and Juergen {Nothbaum} and Matthias {Thewes} and Tobias {Vosshall}",
  title="Exhaust Gas Condensate as an Enabler for Self-Contained Water Injection Systems",
  annote="Water Inejction has proven its benefits to increase power or optimize fuel consumption of a passanger car. This technology enables knock mitigation to either increase the engine power output or raise the compression ratio and efficiency while enabling lmbda = 1 operation in the complete engine map to meet future emission targets. For this purpose analytical methods, developmnet of simulation models and vehicle testing have been used.",
  booktitle="28th. Aachen Colloquium Automovile and Engine Technology 2019",
  chapter="161952",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2019",
  month="october",
  pages="1081--1102",
  type="conference paper"
}