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MTZ Worldwide April 2011

MTZ Worldwide April 2011

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W O R L D W I D E
www.MTZonline.com
InjectIon as Key technology
 
April 2011 |
Volume 72
FrIctIon power
Measurementsof a Fired Diesel Engine
gas engIne
with Two-stageTurbocharging
QuantIFyIng
and PreventingPre-ignition
04
 
COVER STORY
InjectIon
4FuelInjectionSystem–KeyComponentforFutureEmissionTargets
Jörg Theobald, Kay Schintzel, Andreas Krause,Ulrich Dörges [Volkswagen]
10InjectionTechnologyforMarineDieselEngines
Rolf Leonhard, Marcus Parche,Christoph Kendlbacher [Bosch]
INDUSTRY
PIston
18FrictionPowerMeasurementsofaFiredDieselEngine–InfluenceofPistonSkirtCoatings
Thomas Deuß, Holger Ehnis,Reinhard Rose, Reiner Künzel [Mahle]
AuxIlIAry systems
24VariableFlowSpurGearOilPumpforUtilityVehicleEngines
Dieter Voigt [IFM Motorentechnik]
GAs enGInes
30J624–World’sFirstGasEnginewithTwo-stageTurbocharging
Johann Klausner, Jürgen Lang,Christian Trapp [General Electric]
meAsurInG technIques
36MeasuringMethodforExhaustGasTurbochargerwithPulsatingHotGasFlow
Stefan Reuter, Achim Koch [Continental],Andre Kaufmann [University of Applied SciencesRavensburg-Weingarten]
combustIon
42Enthalpy-basedApproachtoQuantifyingandPreventingPre-ignition
Michael Günther, Ralf Tröger, Matthias Kratzsch [IAV],Steffen Zwahr [West Saxon University of AppliedSciences Zwickau]
beArInGs
48HighVolumeSeriesProductionofBallBearingTurbochargers
Karl-Heinz Bauer, Craig Balis, David Paja,Peter Davies, Damien Marsal [Honeywell]
cover story
INjECTION aS KEY TEChNOlOgY
4, 10 |
For diesel and petrol engines for passenger cars, the fuel injectionsystem has long since been in the focus of development. However, thereis still a need for further improvement – in addition to an increase inpressure, important development fields include multiple injection andmetering accuracy. For decades, there has been relatively little movementin fuel injection technology for marine diesel engines. But now, the severetightening of emissions standards is leading to a dramatic change. Systempressures need to be increased, and the loads on the components arerising accordingly. At the same time, the special requirements regardingdurability and cost-effectiveness remain in place.
thermAl mAnAGement
52WasteHeatRecoveryinDriveSystemsofTodayandTomorrow
Eberhard Bredel, Jörg Nickl, Stephan Bartosch[Voith Turbo]
RESEaRCh
57PeerReview
mAterIAls
58LifetimePredictionofCompressorWheels
Philipp von Hartrott, Christoph Schweizer [FraunhoferIWM], Karl-Heinz Lang, Osama Khalil [KIT]
InjectIon
64CalibrationofSolenoidInjectorsforGasolineDirectInjectionUsingtheKnockSensor
Konrad Christ, Kristine Back, Mehdi Jiqqir,Uwe Kiencke, Fernando Puente León [KIT]
RUBRICS I SERVICE
3Editorial63Imprint,ScientificAdvisoryBoard
contents
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 Dear Reader,
Many of the academic theses written atthe institutes of our technical field dealwith current issues relating to enginetechnology in a very application-orientedmanner. This is by no means a bad thingfor students, as it confronts them at anearly stage with projects that they will en-counter later on in their professional life.Recently, I was able to take a closer lookat research being carried out at the Clus-ter of Excellence “Tailor-Made Fuels fromBiomass” at the RWTH Aachen. There,twenty institutes are jointly working onthe future of our mobility. Their researchapproach is unique throughout the world:whereas others try to produce biofuels insuch a way that they reproduce the prop-erties of petrochemical fuels to the great-est possible extent, the researchers inAachen focus on developing combustionprocesses and biofuels at the same time.Their aim is to find a fuel that providesoptimum, clean combustion.The scientists in Aachen are also pur-suing new approaches towards producingfuel from biomass. The components arenot first split up into individual hydrogenatoms and carbon monoxide moleculesat very high temperatures and then “re-combined” to produce fuel by means of Fischer-Tropsch synthesis, but a catalyticprocess is used to convert them directlyinto those molecules that can be burnedin the engine. Such a process could bemuch more energy-efficient.We already published a report on initialsuccesses of this research in the Decem-ber issue of MTZ. And we will, of course,intensively follow the developments. Afterall, even if the success of this approach,in other words its large-scale implementa-tion, is by no means certain and will takeat least another ten years, such basic re-search makes us future-proof!MTZ sees itself as a technical-scientificjournal that also goes beyond the articlesfrom universities that we publish. Re-search in the field of drive systems andenergy sources will continue to be themain focus of our reporting in the future.
 Johannes Winterhagen,
Editor-in-ChiefJülich, 10 February 2011
ReseaRch isthe futuRe
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04I2011Volume 72
editorial

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