The Design of Exhaust Gas Cooler for Diesel Particulate Bag Filter


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Currently, the application of bag-filter technology in controlling diesel exhaust particulate emissions has been close to practical stage. As one of the key links in bag-filter technology, engine exhaust cooling can directly influence working safety of the entire exhaust particulate filter system. Thermodynamic calculations and experimental research of water-cooled chiller has provided a feasible basis for water cooler to be used in actual diesel exhaust particulate emission control system. The cooler can make engine exhaust temperature drop from 400 to 180 . Even when engine works in high-speed and high-load condition, inlet exhaust temperature of cooler can descend from 500 to 190 or so after cooling, which can still meet bag-filter system requirement of below 200 .



Edited by:

Seung-Bok Choi




X. Y. Wang et al., "The Design of Exhaust Gas Cooler for Diesel Particulate Bag Filter", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 737, pp. 608-611, 2015

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March 2015




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