Review article

The reactor section of the internal combustion engine operating in a closed cycle and the results of its preliminary study

UDC: 

621.43.019(088.8)

DOI: 

10.23968/1999-5571-2017-14-6-250-253

Pages: 

250-253

Annotation: 

The paper considers the newly proposed reactor section of the internal combustion engine serving for the preparation of artificial gas mixture providing the operation of the engine in a closed cycle. In the process of transportation of the reagent by the energy of the dilute exhaust gas flow and the operation of the auxiliary fan, there take place necessary chemical reactions to obtain the artificial gas mixture. As a bulk reagent, alkali metal superoxides and peroxides are used. The solid reaction products obtained get separated from the gas flow and drawn off, and the artificial gas mixture is cooled to 60...80 °C, excess moisture is removed from it and fed to the engine intake.

Authors: 

Chmil’ V. P. Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

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