Smoke Reduction in Two-Stroke Gasoline Engine 891338
As part of the worldwide concern about air quality, there is a growing requirement for reduction of exhaust smoke from two-stroke gasoline engines. This requirement is most critical in those countries with large numbers of two-stroke street vehicles in major urban areas.
This paper reviews the traditional lubricant approach for reducing visible exhaust smoke from two-stroke gasoline engines. It describes the development and use of two test methods for measuring exhaust smoke and their use in developing a low smoke lubricating oil for the Far Eastern market.
R.M. Broun, D.A. Fog, D.H. Gorland
The Luprizol Corporation, U.S.A.
5th International Pacific Conference on Automotive Engineering