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Simulation of the flow field and the chemical reaction coupling of selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system using an orthogonal experiment.

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Summary of "Simulation of the flow field and the chemical reaction coupling of selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system using an orthogonal experiment."

It is difficult to simulate both the flow field and the chemical reaction using, respectively, the flow state and kinetics calculations and actually reflect the influence of the gas flow state on the chemical change in a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system. In this study, the flow field and the chemical reaction were therefore coupled to simulate a full Cu-Zeolite SCR system and the boundary conditions of the simulation were set by a relevant diesel engine bench test which included the exhaust temperature, the mass flow, and the exhaust pressure. Then, the influence of the gas flow state on the NOx conversion efficiency was investigated. Specifically, an orthogonal experimental design was used to study the influence of the injection parameters (position, angle, and speed) on the NH3 distribution by establishing the NH3 uniformity coefficient γ at the SCR catalyst capture surface in the flow field simulation. Then, the velocity capture surface of the SCR catalyst front section was sliced into coupled data transfer interfaces to study the effects of exhaust temperature, ammonia to NOx ratio (ANR), and the NO2/NOx on the NOx conversion efficiency. This was used as guidelines to optimize the SCR system control strategy. The results showed that a 1150 mm injection position, a 45°injection angle, and a 23 m/s injection velocity provided the most uniform NH3 distribution on the SCR catalyst capture surface. For constant injection parameters, the NOx conversion efficiency was the highest when the exhaust temperature was 200°C-400°C, the ANR was 1.1, and NO2/NOx was 0.5.

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Name: PloS one
ISSN: 1932-6203
Pages: e0216138

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