An investigation of bottoming cycle fluid selection on the potential efficiency improvements of a Euro 6 heavy duty diesel engine

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This paper investigates the potential of a fluid driven waste heat recovery cycle to improve the efficiency of a long haul Heavy Duty Diesel Engine (HDDE) operating at Euro 6 engine out NOx emissions levels. Performance and heat rejection data for a 10-litre HDDE were derived from experimental measurements on an advanced 2-litre single cylinder research engine. A detailed selection study with 15 ranking criteria's was undertaken, identifying non-ozone-depleting Hydro-Chloro-Carbon as the optimal class of working fluids. Results indicated a potential of 2.4% and 3% point brake thermal efficiency improvement using thermal energy recovered from the Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) cooler alone and from combined EGR cooler and post turbine exhaust recovery configurations respectively.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationVehicle Thermal Management Systems Conference Proceedings (VTMS11)
Place of PublicationUK
PublisherWoodhead Publishing
Pages127-138
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 31 Dec 2013
EventVehicle Thermal Management Systems Conference Proceedings (VTMS11) - 15–16 May 2013, Coventry Technocentre, UK
Duration: 31 Dec 2013 → …

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ConferenceVehicle Thermal Management Systems Conference Proceedings (VTMS11)
Period31/12/13 → …

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Exhaust gas recirculation
Diesel engines
Engines
Fluids
Waste heat utilization
Engine cylinders
Thermal energy
Brakes
Turbines
Recovery
Carbon
Hot Temperature

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Panesar, A., Morgan, R., Miche, N., & Heikal, M. (2013). An investigation of bottoming cycle fluid selection on the potential efficiency improvements of a Euro 6 heavy duty diesel engine. In Vehicle Thermal Management Systems Conference Proceedings (VTMS11) (pp. 127-138). UK: Woodhead Publishing.
Panesar, Angad ; Morgan, Robert ; Miche, Nicolas ; Heikal, Morgan. / An investigation of bottoming cycle fluid selection on the potential efficiency improvements of a Euro 6 heavy duty diesel engine. Vehicle Thermal Management Systems Conference Proceedings (VTMS11). UK : Woodhead Publishing, 2013. pp. 127-138
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Panesar, A, Morgan, R, Miche, N & Heikal, M 2013, An investigation of bottoming cycle fluid selection on the potential efficiency improvements of a Euro 6 heavy duty diesel engine. in Vehicle Thermal Management Systems Conference Proceedings (VTMS11). Woodhead Publishing, UK, pp. 127-138, Vehicle Thermal Management Systems Conference Proceedings (VTMS11), 31/12/13.

An investigation of bottoming cycle fluid selection on the potential efficiency improvements of a Euro 6 heavy duty diesel engine. / Panesar, Angad; Morgan, Robert; Miche, Nicolas; Heikal, Morgan.

Vehicle Thermal Management Systems Conference Proceedings (VTMS11). UK : Woodhead Publishing, 2013. p. 127-138.

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Panesar A, Morgan R, Miche N, Heikal M. An investigation of bottoming cycle fluid selection on the potential efficiency improvements of a Euro 6 heavy duty diesel engine. In Vehicle Thermal Management Systems Conference Proceedings (VTMS11). UK: Woodhead Publishing. 2013. p. 127-138