1970-02-01

Knock Intensity as a Function of Engine Rate of Pressure Change 700061

The knock intensity of an SI engine has been defined using the combustion chamber rate of pressure change. The instrumentation used to measure knock intensity is described. The knock intensity spectrum for a CFR engine operating over a range of engine conditions is presented to illustrate the use of the definition.

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