1967-02-01

Exhaust Gas Analysis as a Tool for Measuring Fuel-Air Ratios 670483

A new method for measuring fuel-air ratio from vehicle exhaust gas has been developed which gives quick and accurate results on both lean and rich mixtures. The method is based on measurement of exhaust gas components using nondispersive infrared and polarographic analyzers.

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