1985-02-01

Hypergolic Combustion in an Internal Combustion Engine 850089

Hypergolic combustion was experimentally investigated in a reciprocating internal combustion engine by means of preheating the fuel to about 1000°F (550°C) prior to direct cylinder injection. Ignition delay, exhaust opacity, and the rate of heat release were measured, and the potential for improved engine performance was demonstrated.

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