Apparatus for automatically maintaining a predetermined ratio between the mass of fuel and the mass of air admitted to the cylinder of an internalcombustion engine, comprising a temperatureresponsive device exposed to the air delivered to the cylinder, a pressureresponsive device exposed to the pressure of the air admitted to the cylinder, a pressureresponsive device exposed to the difference between the atmospheric pressure and the boostpressure and so arranged as to have an effect in relation to the degree of control exerted by the responsive device exposed to the boostpressure alone, which is equal to the ratio between the unswept and swept volumes of the cylinder, means for adjusting the fueltoair ratio and an operative connexion between said temperatureresponsive device, said pressureresponsive devices and said adjusting means.
Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jul 1, 1943
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