DESIGN OF AN INNOVATIVE NATURAL GAS TWO-STROKE ENGINE
Editor: Marjanovic Dorian, Storga Mario, Pavkovic Neven, Bojcetic Nenad, Skec Stanko
Author: Diwisch, P.; Dinkel, C.; Rieg, F.; Alber-Laukant, B.
Section: ENGINEERING DESIGN PRACTICE
Exhaust emissions are a great challenge for today’s application of two-stroke engines. The reason are unburned hydrocarbons, generated by short-circuit currents and misfiring in the partial load range. Its emergence is supposed to be prevented by an injection system combined with an innovative concept developed by the Chair for Engineering Design and CAD at the University of Bayreuth based on the split-single engine. A methodical approach and advanced CAx systems lead to a gradual optimization of this engine. The procedure is demonstrated exemplarily by means of a cylinder head.