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1041–1049 M. Kotek, P. Jindra, P. Prikner and J. Mařík
Comparison of PM production in gasoline and diesel engine exhaust gases
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Comparison of PM production in gasoline and diesel engine exhaust gases

M. Kotek*, P. Jindra, P. Prikner and J. Mařík

Czech University of Life Science Prague, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Vehicles and Ground Transport, Kamýcká 129, CZ165 21 Prague, Czech Republic
*Correspondence: kotekm@oikt.czu.cz

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The article is focused on different kind of combustion engines and their particulate matter production. The first part of experiments dealt with particulate matter production under defined driving cycle and operating regimes. The second part of experiments was carried out to measure the maximal PM production under engine’s full load regime. The experimental vehicle engines were manufactured by Skoda Auto a.s., equipped with modern fuel injection systems. Two representatives of diesel engines were chosen: the engine EURO-4 1.4 TDI with PD (Unit injector) injection system and the EURO-6 1.6 TDI with common rail injection system and DPF. As two representatives of gasoline EURO-4 engines were chosen: 1.2 MPI with non-direct fuel injection system and 2.0 FSI with direct stratified fuel injection system. The analysis of the particulate matters was carried out on a TSI Engine Exhaust Particle Sizer 3090 that is able to classify particles from 5.6 nm to 560 nm. In the case of diesel engines the results proved expectable decrease in PM production due to usage of diesel particulate filter (DPF). The older engine without DPF produced more than hundred times higher PM production under all operating regimes of driving cycle. The result of gasoline engines confirmed increased PM production of direct injection systems especially under higher engine load. FSI engine in driving cycle reached up twenty times higher PM production than MPI engine.

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55-74 R. Ilves and J. Olt
Study of prior art of spark ignition engine fuel supply system
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Study of prior art of spark ignition engine fuel supply system

R. Ilves and J. Olt

Institute of Technology, Estonian University of Life Sciences, Kreutzwaldi 56,
EE51014 Tartu, Estonia; e-mail: risto.ilves@emu.ee

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The technical development of contemporary fuel supply systems is vast. Reasons for development include improving the economical parameters of engines as well as decreasing the concentration of exhaust fumes. The aim of this particular article is to define, firstly, the technical standard of the fuel supply systems of spark ignition combustion engines, and secondly, the validity of the given patent. For these purposes, a literature-based overview of the engines’ fuel supply systems, their developments and most pertinent parts will be provided. The structural specialties of fuel supply systems are analyzed and their suitability for using bio fuels will be reviewed. Innovative solutions for upgrading the fuel supply systems so that liquid bio fuels could be used in spark ignition engines will be given.

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