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Hunicz, J. (author), Mikulski, M. (author)
Low-temperature combustion in reciprocating engines appears to be a cutting-edge technology which ensures extremely low emissions of nitrogen oxides and particulate matters in parallel with high fuel efficiency. This mode of combustion can be realized in homogeneous charge compression ignition engines. However, this technology poses challenges,...
article 2018
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Hunicz, J. (author), Mikulski, M. (author), Geca, M.S. (author), Kordos, P. (author), Komsta, H. (author)
Homogeneous charge compression ignition concepts despite high efficiency and ultra-low nitrous oxides emissions, suffer from week controllability and load range limited by excessive pressure rise rates. In the present work, controlled auto-ignition is achieved via direct injection of gasoline into the exhaust gasses recompressed during negative...
article 2018
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Hunicz, J. (author), Mikulski, M. (author), Komsta, H. (author)
Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition is a promising low temperature combustion technology for reciprocating engines that offers high fuel efficiency and extremely low exhaust emissions. However, combustion control should be improved and operating range should be widened for the technology to achieve production level. In this study an overview...
conference paper 2018
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Mikulski, M. (author), Bekdemir, C. (author)
Natural gas - diesel, Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI) is currently one of the most promising combustion strategies for the next generation heavy-duty engines. A major issue to be addressed for this dual fuel concept to become practically applicable is its low combustion efficiency and associated high methane emissions in...
article 2017
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