The objective of this dissertation is to examine the implementation of advanced engine diagnostics. In last two decades, advancements in automotive engines and after-treatment technologies have resulted in better engine performance, lower fuel consumption, and lower emissions; however, system complexity and higher number of control parameters have led to optimization issues. Implementation of advanced combustion diagnostic techniques/strategies in internal combustion (IC) engines further reduced the tail-pipe emissions, especially oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and particulates; however, these combustion strategies have generated a new set of control parameters, which need to be optimized for superior engine performance and emission characteristics. To resolve these complex issues, researchers have combined different techniques such as advanced combustion strategies with after-treatment systems, and experimental research supported by simulations using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) tools. This monograph covers all these topics including advanced fuels and combustion, emission control techniques, after-treatment systems, simulations, and fault diagnostics. This research project report describes the discusses advanced fuels and combustion, emission control techniques, after-treatment systems, simulations and fault diagnostics, including discussions on different engine diagnostic techniques such as particle image velocimetry (PIV), phase Doppler interferometer (PDI), laser ignition. This volume bridges the gap between basic concepts and advanced research in internal combustion engine diagnostics, making it a useful reference for both students and researchers whose work focuses on achieving higher fuel efficiency and lowering emissions.
Keyword: Advanced combustion techniques, After-treatment systems, Emission control, Simulations, Fault diagnostics, Technical services resolutions.

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