Modeling and Simulation of Four Stroke Spark Ignition Engine with Nano-Particle Coated Catalytic Converter for Analysis of Exhaust Emissions
International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology
Nanotechnology is being explored for its potential to provide new solutions to coping with and cleaning up pollutants in our air, water, and land, and enhancing the performance of traditional technologies used in cleanup attempt. The intent behind this article is to present the outcome of an experimental examine of the performance and transformation efficiency of copper Nano-particle coated catalytic converter employed in motor vehicle tailpipe for the minimization of exhaust emission.
... is in general produced through the exhaust of motorized cars in addition to the combustion of fossil fuels. In the present work, the catalytic converter in which there were two wire mesh with nanoparticle coatings were studied to investigate the effect of varying key parameters on conversion efficiencies. In accordance with the emission test the amount of pollutants corresponding to various RPMs and loads were obtained. After that to verify experimental results the process of modeling and simulation was used. The primary idea of behavioral modeling starts from studying the sensible behavior of four stroke engine and designed catalytic converter, after which approximating received behavior in phrases of mathematical equations. These obtained equations honestly represent conduct of issue machine. When mathematical equations are acquired, subsequent phase is to implementation of these equations in Simulink platform. The last procedure is the validation check by using the simulation of advanced model.