Combustion, Diesel fuel, Homogeneous charge compression ignition, Automotive engineering and Diesel engine are his primary areas of study. Choongsik Bae interconnects Waste management, Ignition system, Cetane number and Analytical chemistry in the investigation of issues within Combustion. His Cetane number research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Lubricity, JP-8 and Process engineering.
His research integrates issues of Biodiesel, Fuel injection, Particulates, NOx and Vapor lock in his study of Diesel fuel. His Internal combustion engine study in the realm of Automotive engineering interacts with subjects such as Environmental science. Within one scientific family, Choongsik Bae focuses on topics pertaining to Octane rating under Internal combustion engine, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Gasoline direct injection.
His primary areas of investigation include Combustion, Automotive engineering, Ignition system, Diesel fuel and Homogeneous charge compression ignition. Choongsik Bae is studying Exhaust gas recirculation, which is a component of Combustion. When carried out as part of a general Automotive engineering research project, his work on Internal combustion engine is frequently linked to work in Environmental science, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Ignition system, NOx are connected with Thermal efficiency and other disciplines. His Diesel fuel research incorporates elements of Biodiesel, Fuel injection, Soot and Spray characteristics. His study looks at the relationship between Homogeneous charge compression ignition and fields such as Octane rating, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Combustion, Ignition system, Diesel fuel, Environmental science and Automotive engineering. The concepts of his Combustion study are interwoven with issues in Nuclear engineering, Particulates and Spark plug. His research in Ignition system intersects with topics in NOx, Gasoline, Analytical chemistry, Compression and Homogeneous charge compression ignition.
His Diesel fuel study combines topics in areas such as Biodiesel, Soot, Natural gas, Exhaust gas recirculation and Diesel engine. Choongsik Bae combines subjects such as Fuel injection and Combustion chamber with his study of Diesel engine. The various areas that Choongsik Bae examines in his Automotive engineering study include Turbocharger and Heavy duty diesel.
Choongsik Bae focuses on Combustion, Diesel fuel, Ignition system, Diesel engine and Homogeneous charge compression ignition. The study incorporates disciplines such as Waste management, Particulates and Analytical chemistry in addition to Combustion. His Diesel fuel research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Biodiesel, Nuclear engineering, Exhaust gas recirculation and Unburned hydrocarbon.
His studies in Ignition system integrate themes in fields like Automotive engineering, NOx, Mean effective pressure and Gasoline. His study in Diesel engine is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Soot, Chemical engineering, Volume and Fuel injection. His work deals with themes such as Ignition timing and Single-cylinder engine, which intersect with Homogeneous charge compression ignition.
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The potential of di-methyl ether (DME) as an alternative fuel for compression-ignition engines: A review
Constantine Arcoumanis;Choongsik Bae;Roy Crookes;Eiji Kinoshita.
The Influence of Charge Dilution and Injection Timing on Low-Temperature Diesel Combustion and Emissions
Sanghoon Kook;Choongsik Bae;Paul C. Miles;Dae Choi.
SAE transactions (2005)
Alternative fuels for internal combustion engines
Choongsik Bae;Jaeheun Kim.
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute (2017)
IJER editorial: The future of the internal combustion engine:
R D Reitz;H Ogawa;R Payri;T Fansler.
International Journal of Engine Research (2020)
Effect of injection parameters on the combustion and emission characteristics in a common-rail direct injection diesel engine fueled with waste cooking oil biodiesel
Joonsik Hwang;Donghui Qi;Yongjin Jung;Choongsik Bae.
Renewable Energy (2014)
The effects of tumble and swirl flows on flame propagation in a four-valve S.I. engine
Kihyung Lee;Choongsik Bae;Kernyong Kang.
Applied Thermal Engineering (2007)
Spray and combustion characteristics of gasoline and diesel in a direct injection compression ignition engine
Kihyun Kim;Donghoon Kim;Yongjin Jung;Choongsik Bae.
Effects of Multiple Injections in a HSDI Diesel Engine Equipped with Common Rail Injection System
Cheolwoong Park;Sanghoon Kook;Choongsik Bae.
SAE 2004 World Congress & Exhibition (2004)
The effect of swirl ratio and fuel injection parameters on CO emission and fuel conversion efficiency for high-dilution, low-temperature combustion in an automotive diesel engine.
Sanghoon Kook;Choongsik Bae;Paul C. Miles;Dae Choi.
SAE transactions (2006)
Effects of the injection timing on spray and combustion characteristics in a spray-guided DISI engine under lean-stratified operation
Heechang Oh;Choongsik Bae.
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