1975-02-01

Design and Special Development Problems of Mercedes-Benz V-8 Engines 750051

This paper discusses the Mercedes-Benz V-8 engines, their design as compared to US V-8 engines, and development concerning exhaust emission control and fuel consumption. Also covered are special problem areas, and their respective solutions which today have come to be of secondary importance, for example, the lubrication system, defoaming of the lubricant, noises generated by the lubrication system, and the adaptation of the hydraulic valve clearance adjustment to high engine speeds.

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