1965-02-01

Vehicle Performance and Exhaust Emission, Carburetion versus Timed Fuel Injection 650863

Vehicle performance and engine efficiency are evaluated from the point of view of carburetion versus gasoline injection. The author discusses measurement of combustion efficiency; maldistribution and fuel precipitation effects; how to determine maldistribution; heat rejection mixture strength and timing effects; exhaust gas composition and vehicle performance in road service; and octane requirement; effects.

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