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dc.creatorCardenas Escorcia, Yulineth del Carmen
dc.creatorValencia Ochoa, Guillermo Eliecer
dc.creatorDuarte Forero, Jorge
dc.identifier.isbn978-88-95608- 62-4
dc.description.abstractStudies have been carried out on the phenomenon of auto-ignition in liquid fuels and natural gas, but research on the application of gaseous fuels obtained from biomass is limited. Existing investigations about autoignition mainly focused on the combustion kinetics to determine the delay time, but not on the prediction of the set of parameters that encourage the presence of the phenomenon. In the present research, a thermodynamic model is developed for the prediction of the auto-ignition in Spark Ignition Internal Combustion Engine operated with gaseous fuels, which are obtained from the process of gasification of biomass. The formulated model can handle variable compositions of gaseous fuels and to optimize the main operational parameters of the engine, to verify its influence on the phenomenon under study. Results show the application of this type of alternative fuels in commercial engines that operated with natural gas, varying engine operational parameters while maximizing the power output of the enginespa
dc.description.abstractSe han llevado a cabo estudios sobre el fenómeno de la autoignición en combustibles líquidos y gas natural, pero la investigación sobre la aplicación de combustibles gaseosos obtenidos de la biomasa es limitada. Las investigaciones existentes sobre la autoignición se centraron principalmente en la cinética de la combustión para determinar el tiempo de retardo, pero no en la predicción del conjunto de parámetros que fomentan la presencia del fenómeno. En la presente investigación, se desarrolló un modelo termodinámico para la predicción del autoignición en el motor de combustión interna con encendido por chispa que funciona con combustibles gaseosos, que se obtienen del proceso de gasificación de la biomasa. El modelo formulado puede manejar composiciones variables de combustibles gaseosos y optimizar los principales parámetros operativos del motor, para verificar su influencia en el fenómeno en estudio. Los resultados muestran la aplicación de este tipo de combustibles alternativos en motores comerciales que operan con gas natural, variando los parámetros operativos del motor y maximizando la potencia de salida del
dc.publisherItalian Association of Chemical Engineering - AIDICspa
dc.rightsAttribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International*
dc.subjectInternal combustion enginesspa
dc.subjectNatural gasspa
dc.subjectMotores de combustión internaspa
dc.subjectGas naturalspa
dc.titleCharacterization of auto-Ignition phenomena in spark ignition internal combustion engine using gaseous fuels obtained from biomassspa
dc.title.alternativeCaracterización de los fenómenos de autoignición en motores de combustión interna por encendido por chispa utilizando combustibles gaseosos obtenidos de
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