The performance and droplet characteristics of a sixteen-valve, four cylinder engine operating with combustion in one cylinder have been measured with part load, a speed of 1200 rpm and a stoichiometric mixture of gasoline and air. The indicated mean-effective cylinder pressure was found to be constant with initiation of injection from 150° to 630° of crank angle after top-dead-centre of intake and with a 10% reduction between 30° and 60° which coincided with maxima in the covariance in pressure and in the emissions of unburned hydrocarbon. There was also a tendency for performance to decline with injection after 660°.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 14, 1997
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