D6E Diesel Used Engine Assembly For Excavator EC220DLR Electric
|Car name: Engine Assy||Model Number: D6E|
|Cylinder stroke: 126||Cylinder diameter: 98|
|Application: Excavator||valve: 12 valve|
|Cooling: Water cooling||Injection: Electric|
|Number of Cylinders: 6||Engine Type: Diesel|
Advancing (injecting when the piston is further away from TDC) the start of injection results in higher in-cylinder pressure and higher efficiency but also results in higher Nitrous Oxide (NOx ) emissions. At the other extreme, very retarded start of injection or timing causes incomplete combustion. This results in higher Particulate Matter (PM) emissions and higher smoke.
Fuel injection in diesel engines
Early diesels often employed indirect injection in order to use simple, flat-top pistons, and made the positioning of the early, bulky diesel injectors easier, but all modern diesel engines employ some form of direct injection, coupled with more complicated bowl-in-piston designs. Modern engines also use a very highly pressurised fuel supply line, which replaces the older, noisier, and mechanically more complicated combined pump and selector valve assembly.
An indirect injection diesel engine delivers fuel into a chamber off the combustion chamber, called a prechamber, where combustion begins and then spreads into the main combustion chamber. The prechamber is carefully designed to ensure adequate mixing of the atomized fuel with the compression-heated air. This has the effect of slowing the rate of combustion, which tends to reduce audible noise. It also softens the shock of combustion and produces lower stresses on the engine components. The addition of a prechamber, however, increases heat loss to the cooling system and thereby lowers engine efficiency.
Modern diesel engines make use of one of the following direct injection methods:
Common rail direct injection
In older diesel engines, a distributor-type injection pump, regulated by the engine, supplies bursts of fuel to injectors which are simply nozzles through which the diesel is sprayed into the engine's combustion chamber. As the fuel is at low pressure and there cannot be precise control of fuel delivery, the spray is relatively coarse and the combustion process is relatively crude and inefficient.