1948-01-01

PREIGNITION And Its Deleterious Effects in Aircraft Engines 480221

A THOROUGH study of the problem has convinced the authors that preignition causes more aircraft-engine failures than detonation does.
It has also brought them to the conclusion that the spark plug is the most common cause of this phenomenon, the combustion-chamber deposits the second cause, and the exhaust valve the least common cause.

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