Monitor the status of simultaneous malfunction EGR and DPF the TDCI engines powered ekodiesel ultra diesel oil and B10 fuel
AbstractIn the article was discussed the location faults in the agreements EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) and DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) using list of fault codes OBD II. The monitoring systems of vehicles with an engine DURATORQ TDCi was used as an example. Analyzing the processes of heat and mass transfer over a distance of the engine intake system, called attention to a number of simplifications in the formal description, leading to establish a temporary tolerance range of recirculation. Functional analysis system and knowledge of diagnostic procedures, using selected recording car operating parameters, is the appropriate focus in the damage location process. The aim of this study was to determine the influence of diesel oil Ekodiesel Ultra with biocomponents B10 used as a modern fuel to power diesel engines on the formation of deposits in the EGR and DPF. Analysis was performed in a certified laboratory by means of energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence and infrared spectroscopy methods. The subject of the study was the deposits formation in elements a EGR and DPF resulting from the use of diesel oil with biocomponents. The inference focused on the analysis of the content of unoxidised organic ingredients precipitated in the elements.
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|Book||Trends in Agricultural Engineering 2013 : 5th Internationale Conference TAE 2013 : conference proceedings : 3-6 September, 2013, Prague, Czech Republic, 2013, Czech University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, ISBN 978-80-213-2388-9, 726 p.|
|Keywords in English||EGR, DPF, diagnostic procedures OBD II, X-ray fluorescence, infrared spectroscopy|
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