1974-02-01

The Effect of Very Low Air Intake Temperature on the Performance and Exhaust Emission Characteristics of a Diesel Engine 740718

The paper describes some of the operational and exhaust emission characteristics of a single-cylinder direct-injection diesel engine that was operated warm under a wide range of intake air temperatures extending down to -45°F and occasionally -60°F. The operating range considered included the no-load and partially motored regions.

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