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Chamehsara S, Karami M. Comparing the effects of geometric changes of the input and output manifold on engine performance. ASE 2021; 11 (4) :3730-3736
URL: http://www.iust.ac.ir/ijae/article-1-579-en.html
MSc, Automotive Engineering Faculty, Iran University of Science and Technology
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Many efforts have been made to increase power and reduce emissions from internal combustion engines. For this purpose, the internal combustion engine subsystems are examined via many studies, and the effective parameters in each of them are analyzed. One of these subsystems is the air inlet and outlet to the combustion chamber, the most important part of which is the manifold. In the present study, using one-dimensional modeling of the OM457 heavy diesel engine in the GT SUITE software environment, the effect of geometric parameters of cylinder runner’s length - cylinder runner’s transverse distance as well as plenum’s depth on the performance and the emissions of this engine has been investigated. During this study, it was concluded that increasing the volume of the plenum not only improves the engine’s output but also reduces the emission of pollutants produced. Also, increasing the length of the cylinder runner increased the engine power. The change in the transverse distance of the cylinder runners did not have a significant effect on the power and pollutants of the sample engine. It was also observed that in similar geometric changes, the effect of changing the input manifold is significantly greater than the output manifold level.
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