ENGINEERING CONSIDERATIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE AIR COOLED M.W.M. DIESEL ENGINES 570270
The paper contains the fundamental evaluation of air and water cooling of engines. The problems of air-cooling in general and those of the component parts are explained in detail. The combustion process is described and the special problems arising from it are discussed. The construction of the air-cooled M.W.M. engines are described and illustrated.
This paper is a free translation of an article published by Direktor Joseph Bischel of M.W.M. in 1956 in the M.W.M. magazine. Sections of the paper are based on Dr. Ing. Hans. L. Hockel's article entitled “The M.W.M. Constant Pressure Gombustion System For High Speed Diesel Engines”.
Permission for publishing this paper is gratefully acknowledged to the MOTOREN-WERKE MANNHEIM A.G.