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OEM Style v K&N / 2015 air filter study #4679018
02/26/18 06:17 PM
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*PDF FILE*
International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering, Science and Technology (ICETEST•2015)

Mathews V Johna,*, Sandhya Ma, Balakrishnan Kaa
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Government Engineering College, Thrissur-680009, Kerala, India

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/ar...301475-main.pdf


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Re: OEM Style v K&N / 2015 air filter study [Re: wemay] #4679119
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Don't like the intake whistle that sometimes comes with K&N style systems. I'll take OEM any day smile


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Re: OEM Style v K&N / 2015 air filter study [Re: wemay] #4679136
02/26/18 07:54 PM
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They seem to have used mostly diesels with 100% flow of air all the time and even under those conditions the difference in performance was negligible.
Gasoline engines only require full flow at WOT and would not benefit at all from this type of filter as filter size is greater than the engine could consume at WOT.


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Re: OEM Style v K&N / 2015 air filter study [Re: wemay] #4679203
02/26/18 08:49 PM
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"the very high cost of K&N air filter (Rs6500/-) compared to that of the OEM air filter(Rs200/-) is a deterrent"

WOW!!

First, 200 rupees isn't that much ($3 USD)

6500 rupees = $100 !!!!


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Re: OEM Style v K&N / 2015 air filter study [Re: wemay] #4679228
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I'd go OE of AEM Dryflow/AFE Dry if its a performance need but never an oiled air filter. If so, pantyhose on the cone or intake plenium for safe measure.


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Re: OEM Style v K&N / 2015 air filter study [Re: wemay] #4679376
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Meh. Not impressed with that paper.


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Re: OEM Style v K&N / 2015 air filter study [Re: wemay] #4679378
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Potentially worthless study, results can only be compared to same engine with same intake and doesn't consider what happens when more and more oil vapor makes its way onto intake sensors, and assumes many things as fact which are not and sometimes even gets things backwards. For example:

Quote:
Fig 8 shows that the filtering efficiency of the OEM filter was superior to that of the K&N filter. The decreased filtering efficiency of the K&N filter can be attributed to the increased pore size of the cotton gauze medium used in the filter. The actual filtering efficiency of the K&N filter will be higher in real life scenario due to the increased
surface area exposed to the air stream.


They aren't even thinking logically if they can't see that having more larger holes does nothing to increase filtering efficiency. Flow efficiency maybe, but not filtering.

Re: OEM Style v K&N / 2015 air filter study [Re: wemay] #4680207
02/28/18 02:36 AM
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I believe it may be a translation issue. I understand it to mean, initial filtering efficiency is is worse than what you get through daily driving, accumulating miles and thus packing the media.


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Re: OEM Style v K&N / 2015 air filter study [Re: Dave9] #4680224
02/28/18 04:44 AM
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Originally Posted By: Dave9
Potentially worthless study, results can only be compared to same engine with same intake and doesn't consider what happens when more and more oil vapor makes its way onto intake sensors, and assumes many things as fact which are not and sometimes even gets things backwards. For example:

Quote:
Fig 8 shows that the filtering efficiency of the OEM filter was superior to that of the K&N filter. The decreased filtering efficiency of the K&N filter can be attributed to the increased pore size of the cotton gauze medium used in the filter. The actual filtering efficiency of the K&N filter will be higher in real life scenario due to the increased
surface area exposed to the air stream.


They aren't even thinking logically if they can't see that having more larger holes does nothing to increase filtering efficiency. Flow efficiency maybe, but not filtering.


It seems to be a speculative assumption.

They tested the filter efficiency (defined as % cement dust retention) on a fixed area of filter material. For a given total amount of air flow (and therefore a given total amount of dust injested) with a bigger total filter area the flow rate across a unit area will be lower.

It seems a fairly reasonable assumption that filtration efficiency will increase as flow rate/unit area goes down, but it is an assumption and it should have been stated as such.

Re: OEM Style v K&N / 2015 air filter study [Re: wemay] #4680381
02/28/18 08:09 AM
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That "filter efficiency" procedure is apparently simple, but I'd think it would be quite difficult to standardise it in such a way as to avoid uncontrolled variables (for example, exactly how you introduce the cement powder to the airstream, over what period, and at what RH) which isn't described other than as "slowly"

I'd expect to see some measure of the variation / reproducability of that result in particlar, but also the other results, and it doesn't seem to be there.

The most accessible paper on this topic is the Oak Ridge study (Norman, Huff and West, 2009)

https://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/pdfs/Air_Filter_Effects_02_26_2009.pdf

They don't cite that paper as such, but they cite SAE papers that share two of its authors and probably report the same data.

The effects reported in that paper are generally small to negligable, and the filter restriction threasholds were lower as well.

A Tata Sumo is of course a very different vehicle. Perhaps it has a more restricted intake path and an engine more sensitive to restriction.

Nevertheless the difference is a bit surprising, and it isn't really acknowledged in the discussion.

Re: OEM Style v K&N / 2015 air filter study [Re: wemay] #4680392
02/28/18 08:25 AM
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Might be worth comparing to this series of tests done way back in 2009...

http://www.nicoclub.com/archives/kn-vs-oem-filter.html


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Re: OEM Style v K&N / 2015 air filter study [Re: wemay] #4680686
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Wouldn't have one if they gave it to me. Don't care if ten engineers vouch for that K&N. Won't filter as good as the OEM filter.

Re: OEM Style v K&N / 2015 air filter study [Re: Virtus_Probi] #4680702
02/28/18 03:03 PM
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Originally Posted By: Virtus_Probi
Might be worth comparing to this series of tests done way back in 2009...
http://www.nicoclub.com/archives/kn-vs-oem-filter.html



Referencing the study you cite, i'm ok with 96.8% efficiency for the K&N. hide






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Re: OEM Style v K&N / 2015 air filter study [Re: wemay] #4681038
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AC Delco is 99.9! Wow! Car company is fair at best but I guess they got filtering down pat.


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Re: OEM Style v K&N / 2015 air filter study [Re: wemay] #4681063
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if you care about the engine, and run it more than a drag track, do not run a K&N. i've seen dozens of dusted engines from a K&N.
https://youtu.be/gNQ6d3ox5Ok

here is a well documented
https://youtu.be/6F5TgPY96V4


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