E3S Web Conf.
Volume 338, 20227th International Conference on Environmental Science and Material Application (ESMA 2021)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||20 January 2022|
Study on CO2 Emission Characteristics of China VI Heavy Duty Diesel Engine
CATARC Automotive Test Center (Guangzhou) Co. Ltd. Guangzhou 511300, China
CO2 emission control is of great urgency, and the decrease of heavy-duty diesel engines’ CO2 emission is one of the significant methods to reduce CO2 emission. This paper uses a full-flow constantvolume dilution sampling system to experiment on the China VI heavy-duty diesel engine in order to measure CO2 emissions under WHTC and WHSC cycles and different loads, with studying the instantaneous emissions characteristics of CO2, post-processing effects on CO2 emissions, influence factors of CO2 emissions. The study found that the CO2 emissions before the post-treatment of the WHSC cycle are 37% higher than that of the WHTC cycle, while emissions of CO2 are 3.45% higher than that before post-treatment. Simultaneously, cold start increases the CO2 emissions of the heavy-duty diesel engines by more than 1%. Post-treatment still increases the CO2 emissions of heavy-duty diesel engines by 3.5%. In addition, CO2 emissions have different trends with power at different speeds. CO2 emissions get an incremental within 600rpm and 900rpm, which gradually becomes slower until it reaches the peak, as engine power increases; the CO2 emissions initially increase, followed by a decrease, and then continue to increase within 1000rpm and 1400rpm; the CO2 emissions are almost not affected by the speed within 1500rpm and 1900rpm.
Key words: CO2 / China VI / Heavy Duty Diesel Engine / Emission Characteristics
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