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Investigation on the removal of the cavitation erosion risk in a control orifice inside a prototype diesel injector

Brunhart, M., Soteriou, C., Daveau, C., Gavaises, E., Koukouvinis, P. and Winterbourn, M. (2018). Investigation on the removal of the cavitation erosion risk in a control orifice inside a prototype diesel injector. Paper presented at the Fuel Systems - Engines, 04 - 05 December 2019, London, UK.

Abstract

A CFD investigation is in progress to study the cavitation characteristics and potential erosion risks of a control orifice in a prototype injector. An early design of the orifice resulted in cavitation erosion after endurance testing. A design modification eliminated the erosion and subsequent prototypes were free from damage. Initial results for the two designs using different simulation methods are discussed, along with the effects of different rates of evaporating and condensing mass transfer. Preliminary findings on possible erosion risk indicators comparing the eroding with the non-eroding design are presented.

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Publisher Keywords: cavitaiton; erosion risk; control orifice
Subjects: T Technology > TJ Mechanical engineering and machinery
Departments: School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering > Engineering > Mechanical Engineering & Aeronautics
URI: http://openaccess.city.ac.uk/id/eprint/21979
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