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International Journal of Automotive Technology 2018;19(4): 597-603.
doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12239-018-0056-6
SIMULATION STUDY ON THERMAL MANAGEMENT STRATEGY TO ACHIEVE 99 % SCR EFFICIENCY OF A HEAVY-DUTY DIESEL ENGINE OVER A TRANSIENT CYCLE
Tae Joong Wang, Jung Ho Kim
Doosan Infracore
ABSTRACT
In this study, NOx conversion characteristics of a urea selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system equipped on a heavy-duty diesel engine were evaluated through engine dynamometer bench tests over a scheduled world harmonized transient cycle (WHTC). Also, based on transient SCR simulations, the thermal management strategy to improve SCR NOx conversion efficiency was investigated. As a result, it was found that a selective increase in exhaust temperature at low temperature period would be a useful measure to increase SCR efficiency on WHTC mode. From the baseline SCR efficiency of around 98 % on WHTC mode, the current simulation results have shown that around 99 % level of SCR efficiency would be achievable by increasing exhaust temperatures with modifying diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) dosage. Another valuable contribution of this study is that the design guidelines for controlling exhaust temperature and DEF injection to obtain a target NOx conversion efficiency are presented for SCR systems of heavy-duty diesel engines on transient operating conditions.
Key Words: Selective catalytic reduction, Heavy-duty diesel engine, NOx emission, Simulation, Thermal management
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