화학공학소재연구정보센터
Chemical Engineering Science, Vol.207, 980-992, 2019
Low temperature, medium temperature and high temperature performance of the continuous regenerative diesel particulate filter assisted by electric regeneration
A model is established to investigate low temperature (<300 degrees C), medium temperature (300-550 degrees C) and high temperature (>550 degrees C) performance of the continuous regenerative diesel particulate filter (CR-DPF) assisted by electric regeneration regarding to balance point temperature, regeneration speed and outlet temperature respectively and relevant influencing factors. Results show that inlet PM concentration and inlet flow rate are positively correlated to balance point temperature and vice versa for initial soot loading and intake NOx concentration. Increasing intake NOx concentration and flow rate increase rapid continuous regeneration speed. At low and medium temperatures, rapid thermal response tends to increase passive regeneration speed and the trend is more with decreasing wall thickness and channel density. In the high temperature range, outlet temperature increases and temperature gradients presented in the early stage of regeneration become steeper with decreasing channel density and wall thickness. However, "L/D" has limited impact on low, medium and high temperature performance. (C) 2019 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.