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2013 (Vol. 6, Issue: 14)
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Mathematical Modeling of Fuel Pressure inside High Pressure Fuel Pipeline of Combination Electronic Unit Pump Fuel Injection System

Qaisar Hayat, Fan Li-Yun, Tian Bing-Qi, Naeim Farouk, Bai Yun and Xiu-Zhen Ma
Corresponding Author:  Qaisar Hayat 

Key words:  Density, dynamic viscosity, finite difference, mathematical model, wave equation, ,
Vol. 6 , (14): 2568-2573
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December 26, 2012 January 25, 2013 August 10, 2013
Abstract:

In order to completely understand the trend of pressure variations inside High Pressure (HP) fuel pipeline of Combination Electronic Unit Pump (CEUP) fuel injection system and study the impact of two major physical properties of fuel i.e., density and dynamic viscosity on pressure a 1D nonlinear dynamic mathematical model of fuel pressure inside pipeline using Wave Equation (WE) has been developed in MATLAB using finite difference method. The developed model is based on the structural parameters of CEUP fuel injection system. The impact of two major physical properties of the fuel has been studied as a function of pressure at various operating conditions of diesel engine. Nearly 13.13 bars of increase in pressure is observed by increasing the density from 700 kg/m3 to 1000 kg/m3. Whereas an increase of viscosity from 2 kg/m.s to 6 kg/m.s results in decrease of pressures up to 44.16 bars. Pressure corrections in the mathematical model have been incorporated based on variations of these two fuel properties with the pressure. The resultant pressure profiles obtained from mathematical model at various distances along the pipeline are verified by correlating them with the profiles obtained from simulated AMESim numerical model of CEUP. The results show that MATLAB mathematical results are quite coherent with the AMESim simulated results and validate that the model is an effective tool for predicting pressure inside HP pipelines. The application of the this mathematical model with minute changes can therefore be extended to pressure modeling inside HP rail of Common Rail (CR) fuel injection system.
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Qaisar Hayat, Fan Li-Yun, Tian Bing-Qi, Naeim Farouk, Bai Yun and Xiu-Zhen Ma , 2013. Mathematical Modeling of Fuel Pressure inside High Pressure Fuel Pipeline of Combination Electronic Unit Pump Fuel Injection System.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 6(14): 2568-2573.
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