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Application of the Experimental Designs on the Modeling of the Combustion`s Parameters



A. Hebbar , M. Mechmache , D. Ouinas and A. Berras
 
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Experimental modeling is based on the statistical methods of the experimental designs; its fundamental role is to analyze the experimental data processing. This is effective for the study of process which contains several independent variables. In this cask, parameters vary simultaneously according to the experimental design, contrary to the Newtonian method. The factors studied can have two, three or several levels according to the conditions of experiments and the measuring accuracy. Usually, these factors have various measuring units; this is why the experimental design is made up on the basis of the coded values. Applications were carried out on an injection pump of the diesel engine having used plunger pistons. This pump is regarded as very important body in the diesel engine and plays a capital part in its operation. The wear of this plunger pistons which is abrasive nature, has a very harmful impact on the techniques and economic indices of the engine. The aim of this study is to evaluate how the wear of the elements of the injection pump on combustion. Experiments were carried out, by simultaneously varying parameters considered to be influential, to lead to the modeling of the provided pressure and the feeding coefficient.

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A. Hebbar , M. Mechmache , D. Ouinas and A. Berras , 2006. Application of the Experimental Designs on the Modeling of the Combustion`s Parameters. Journal of Applied Sciences, 6: 2599-2604.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2006.2599.2604

URL: https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=jas.2006.2599.2604

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