compression-ignition engine


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compression-ignition engine

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(Automotive Engineering) a type of internal-combustion engine, such as a diesel, in which ignition occurs as a result of the rise in temperature caused by compression of the mixture in the cylinder
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Evaluating temperature and fuel stratification for heat-release rate control in a reactivity-controlled compression-ignition engine using optical diagnostics and chemical kinetics modeling.
Diesel hydrogen dual-fuel combustion has been reported to yield decreases in all of these emissions, when compared to operation of the compression-ignition engine burning diesel fuel alone.
30 quads), which is primarily for power generation and transportation (aviation), and the compression-ignition engine (6.
In Chapter 10, Rolt refers to the seldom-acknowledged fact that the progenitor of the modern high-speed compression-ignition engine was Herbert Akroyd Stuart's 'solid injection' machine: Akroyd Stuart's patents preceded those of Rudolph Diesel and his 'blast injection' engine by several years.
And Hinds acknowledges that going forward, this architecture will be the base of more engines because compared with diesel technology, it provides performance advantages at a manufacturing price point that provides a faster payback, while providing not only fuel efficiency, but the kind of torque that one might associate with a compression-ignition engine.
German engineer who gave his name to the compression-ignition engine.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison won first place by reengineering a 2002 Ford Explorer with a compression-ignition engine and advanced catalyst system capable of super ultra-low emission vehicle (SULEV) level emissions.
High cetane number is an important factor in fuel ignitability, especially in compression-ignition engine.
John Deere Product Engineering to develop a stoichiometric compression-ignition engine with low-pressure loop-cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) and a diesel particulate filter followed by a three-way catalyst.
The subject of filling is to ensure the continuous supply of fuel diesel motor class b, d and f according to csn en 590: nm (diesel) and natural gasoline natural 95: ba-95n and natural 98: ba-98n according to csn en 228 their cashless collection through a single card system in the network of petrol stations in the czech republic for road motor vehicles and non-road mobile machinery and equipment with spark-ignition or compression-ignition engines according to the current needs of the individual members of the association of contracting authorities.
Advanced Compression-ignition Engines -Understanding the In-cylinder Processes", Proc.
It's taken the company a long time to buy into the philosophy of compression-ignition engines but it now seems to have grasped that if it's to do well in Europe, it needs a diesel engine and a good one at that.