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Active Regeneration

Postby esquaredlm » Wed Apr 16, 2008 6:25 pm

Hi,
Has anyone heard of the active regeneration program?
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I tried

Postby esquaredlm » Wed Apr 23, 2008 12:13 pm

I tried to post a link to the CP Forum website with "some" Active Regeneration information but the site would not allow...what's up?

I have been here longer than 7 days and have posted more than 7 times.

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Re: Active Regeneration

Postby subrata » Fri May 20, 2011 2:10 am

Active regeneration refers to the process of oxidising the accumulated diesel particulate matter (DPM) in a filter without relying on the temperature of the exhaust gas alone. An active approach involves either heating up the exhaust gas or, preferably the filter itself, so that it reaches the point at which the DPM oxidises. The energy to raise the temperature to the level required (about 600 C) is most commonly provided either by a fuel burner or from an electrical supply. If the electrical route is taken, the current required is quite considerable and is beyond the capacity of most vehicles’ electrical systems, therefore in the case of mobile machinery the normal procedure is to connect the filter to a mains supply periodically, for instance at the end of each shift. The inconvenience of this approach is obvious, and leads to many problems caused by staff ‘forgetting’ to regenerate the filter. However, in the case of diesel generators, active regeneration using electricity is a practicable solution since the generator’s own power can be used and the heater can be switched on automatically as and when required.

The fuel-burner approach used a burner similar to that found in a central heating boiler. This always encountered scepticism from customers who were concerned about the fire risk, and was never developed to the stage where it became completely reliable.
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Re: Active Regeneration

Postby himusarker » Fri Sep 09, 2011 12:08 am

Nice sharing. Thanks Subrata for sharing your opinion about active regeneration.
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Re: Active Regeneration

Postby JohnSwett » Mon Dec 09, 2019 7:38 am

I have troubles with regeneration. Always have to do my homework. But I have to buy lab report and it was great! So Happy!
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