1967-02-01

Smoke Reduction in Diesel Engines 670224

Black smoke is composed of free carbon or soot in an otherwise transparent exhaust stream. This paper discusses the factors responsible for smoke formation, the measurement of smoke, causes of excessive smoke on the highway, and the effect of fuel on smoke formation. Finally the role of smoke suppressant additives is described.

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