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A Brief Review Of Technology Solutions On Fuel Injection System Of Diesel Engine To Increase The Power And Reduce Environmental Pollution

Van Viet Pham () and Duc Thiep Cao ()
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Van Viet Pham: Vietnam Maritime University, Haiphong city, Vietnam
Duc Thiep Cao: Vietnam Maritime University, Haiphong city, Vietnam

Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research & Developments (JMERD), 2019, vol. 42, issue 1, 1-9

Abstract: The regulations on emissions of internal combustion engines are becoming more stringent, while fossil fuel sources are at risk of depleting after 100 years. That motivates researchers and engine manufacturers to constantly improve new technologies on the engine to reduce emissions that pollute the environment and increase the number of engines using fuel. Replace from environmentally friendly sources. Improvements and application of modern technologies have a profound impact on engines, increasing capacity, efficiency and environmental friendliness but also making it more complex and difficult to access. The fact shows that the fuel system has a direct impact on the engine’s working processes, determining the engine’s output power and exhaust gas quality. Therefore, the application of new technology solutions on fuel supply system for diesel engines will create breakthroughs to affirm the great role and competitiveness of modern diesel engines. This paper evaluates structural improvements in the fuel system to increase engine capacity and reduce environmental pollution.

Keywords: Technology solutions on fuel injection; common-rail; electronic fuel injection; intelligent injection system (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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DOI: 10.26480/jmerd.01.2019.01.09

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