Oxides of Nitrogen from Air Added in Exhaust Ports 660115

This paper presents the results of a study made to examine quantitatively the oxides of nitrogen in the exhaust of an internal combustion engine installed in a passenger car. The effects of adding secondary air in exhaust ports, with both a rich and lean carburetor, and for steady-state conditions, are reported. Experimental setup and procedures are explained.


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