Browse Publications Technical Papers 2001-01-1861
2001-12-01

Study on Electronic control of Air -Fuel Ratio and Ignition Timing for Small Gasoline Engine 2001-01-1861

The electronic controlled carburetor and ignition system has been developed. In accordance with various working conditions of the engine, the system adjusted corresponding control parameters; air fuel ratio and ignition timing, therefore it could keep the engine working on the optimal conditions. Through analyzing overall performance of the engine based on the experimental data, we had concluded that the specific fuel consumption was improved about 8-10%, and the exhaust emission performance was improved correspondingly after electronic control, the improved ratio was about 10% for HC emission and 97% for CO emission.

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