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Internal Combustion Engines

Enhua Wang

Beijing Institute of Technology

Dr. Enhua Wang received his Ph.D. degree from the Beijing University of Technology in the field of engine combustion, conservation, and emissions control in 2013, he is a reviewer of a number of international journals and he holds 13 patents.

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Fuel Ignition Delay Time Turbulent Combustion Speed Laminar Combustion Speed Emission Aftertreatment System Emission Control Turbocharging GDI Fuel Spray Electronic Fuel Injection CFD System Design

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Internal combustion engines are used to propel various vehicles and ships, agriculture and engineering machineries, which take advantages of high power density, good fuel economy, high reliability and durability. The wide applications of internal combustion engines accelerate the development of our society and civilization. However, it also brought severe issues. Huge amount of fuel is consumed each year and emissions such as HC, CO and NOx jeopardize our health. Therefore, in recent years, energy conservation and emission control are the two main motive forces of new technologies. For spark ignition engines, downsizing, gasoline direct injection, lean combustion, turbocharging and knock control. For compression ignition engines, high-pressure fuel injection as common-rail injection system, aftertreatment system including DPF, SCR and DOC. On the other hand, new combustion concepts such as HCCI and RCCI emerge. The performances of lubrication and cooling systems are also improved recently. In addition, waste heat recovery as a potential technique is tried to improve energy efficiency. As the progress of theoretical simulation and engineering experiments, these technologies are investigated deeper and deeper, making them possible for practical applications gradually.

This book intends to provide the reader with a comprehensive overview of the current state-of-the-art in fuel combustion mechanism, component design, system analysis and optimization of these technologies that focuses on the most important theoretical and experimental developments in this critically important area.

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Enhua Wang

Beijing Institute of Technology

Enhua Wang is an associate professor of Power Machinery and Engineering at the Beijing Institute of Technology since 2016, teaching courses on internal combustion engines. He got his bachelor's and master's degrees at the Department of Automotive Engineering of Tsinghua University (China) in 2000 and 2003. In 2013, he received his Ph.D. degree from the Beijing University of Technology in the field of engine combustion, conservation, and emissions control. Then he got a postdoctoral fellowship at the State Key Laboratory of Automotive Safety and Energy, Tsinghua University. In 2015, he worked at the School of Engineering, Glasgow University (UK) as a research associate for one year. His research topics are organic Rankine cycle technology, simulation and control of internal combustion engine, and hybrid-electric powertrains.

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