1967-02-01

Evaluating Scavenging Efficiency of Two-Stroke Cycle Gasoline Engines 670029

Two experimental methods for determining scavenging efficiency of an operating two-stroke cycle spark ignition engine are discussed and compared. They are the gas sampling technique and the spark interruption technique. Necessary apparatus and instrumentation are described, as well as the method of operation.

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