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1 HCCI Combustion Chemistry, Reduced Kinetic Mechanisms and Controlling Strategies

Part 5. New Technologies

  1. Hatim Machrafi1,2

Published Online: 15 JUL 2010

DOI: 10.1002/9783527628148.hoc072

Handbook of Combustion

Handbook of Combustion

How to Cite

Machrafi, H. 2010. HCCI Combustion Chemistry, Reduced Kinetic Mechanisms and Controlling Strategies. Handbook of Combustion. 5:1:1–33.

Author Information

  1. 1

    UPMC Université Paris 06, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Paris, LGPPTS, Paris, France

  2. 2

    UPMC Université Paris 06, Institut Jean Le Rond D'Alembert, Paris, Cedex 05, France

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 15 JUL 2010

Abstract

The sections in this article are

  • 1.1
    Introduction
    • 1.1.1
      Present Situation
    • 1.1.2
      HCCI Engines, A New Alternative
  • 1.2
    HCCI Combustion
    • 1.2.1
      Definition
    • 1.2.2
      Problem of Implementing the HCCI Method
  • 1.3
    Chemical Kinetics in HCCI Combustion
    • 1.3.1
      Chemical Combustion Mechanism of Iso-Octane
      • 1.3.1.1
        Low-Temperature Interval
      • 1.3.1.2
        Intermediate-Temperature Interval
      • 1.3.1.3
        High-Temperature Interval
    • 1.3.2
      Chemical Combustion Mechanism of Iso-octane
    • 1.3.3
      Chemical Combustion Mechanism of Toluene
      • 1.3.3.1
        Initiation Reactions
      • 1.3.3.2
        Benzene Sub-Mechanism
    • 1.3.4
      Resume of the Auto-Ignition Process
  • 1.4
    Kinetic Mechanisms for the Study of HCCI Combustion
    • 1.4.1
      General Discussion about the Cool Flame Phenomenon
    • 1.4.2
      Reduced Kinetic Mechanisms
    • 1.4.3
      Experimental Validation of a Reduced Kinetic Mechanism
  • 1.5
    Controlling Strategies
    • 1.5.1
      Control Methods
    • 1.5.2
      Kinetic Mechanisms to Control the Auto-Ignition
  • 1.6
    Existing Applications of the HCCI Engine and its Future
  • 1.7
    Conclusions

Keywords:

  • auto-ignition;
  • kinetics;
  • HCCI;
  • modeling;
  • reduced mechanisms