1965-02-01

Instantaneous Heat Transfer Rates and Coefficients Between the Gas and Combustion Chamber of a Diesel Engine 650096

The instantaneous heat transfer rates and coefficients were calculated from wall temperature traces obtained with a special thermocouple fitted onto the inside surface of the combustion chamber of a diesel engine. A fair agreement between the calculated coefficients and Eichelberg's correlations was found when the instantaneous gas velocity was used instead of the mean piston speed.

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