1966-02-01

Combustion Chamber Surface Area, A Key to Exhaust Hydrocarbons 660111

Cars with engines having low combustion chamber surface area in relation to volume have correspondingly low exhaust hydrocarbon concentration on the California Schedule.
Combustion chamber surface area relative to volume increases with compression ratio and number of cylinders, and it decreases with long stroke and larger displacement.

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