Browse Publications Technical Papers 2005-01-3790
2005-10-24

Pollutant Emissions Study of Gas Fueled SI Engines 2005-01-3790

An experimental study of pollutant emissions of a SI gas engine with CNG fuel has been done. In this work the role of various parameters such as air-fuel ratio, the shape of combustion chamber and spark timing on pollutant emissions of the engine have been investigated. The effect of three different combustion chambers with various compression ratios was studied and it was found that combustion chamber shape has a vital effect on exhaust emissions.

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