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1968-02-01

A New Concept of Stratified Charge Combustion — The Ford Combustion Process (FCP) * 680041

The design and development of a stratified charge engine incorporating a unique fuel injection system is described. The essential features of the combustion system and fuel systems, the engine characteristics, and the performance of a vehicle fitted with this engine are presented in detail. The engine, running on gasoline, is shown to have a thermal efficiency approaching that of some popular vehicular diesel engines, but without the smoke and noise of a diesel.

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