1958-01-01

TURBOCHARGING THE SERIES 71 ENGINE 580015

DISCUSSED in this paper are some of the problems of turbocharging the 2-stroke diesel engine, with particular emphasis on the effects produced by the variable nozzle, the fuel modulating governor, and altitude, among other factors.
Although a turbocharged 2-stroke engine is difficult to rate, the authors' tests appear to demonstrate its practicality through gains in power and economy and to indicate increased future application to automotive diesels.

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