Exhaust Emission and Combustion Stability Characteristics of Combustion Chambers Used In Small Air Cooled Four Stroke Industrial Engines 891798
The continuing refinement of the small engine as a power unit for such diverse applications as generators and lawn care equipment has forced designers to consider aspects other than those of production cost in the selection of combustion chamber geometry. Combustion stability, noise and exhaust emissions are becoming increasingly important in the development of new engine models. This paper reports on work which is being carried out to identify the combustion systems required for future engines.
Citation: Ford-Dunn, M., Etheridge, P., and Davenport, P., "Exhaust Emission and Combustion Stability Characteristics of Combustion Chambers Used In Small Air Cooled Four Stroke Industrial Engines," SAE Technical Paper 891798, 1989, https://doi.org/10.4271/891798. Download Citation
M. Ford-Dunn, P. Etheridge, P. D. Davenport
Ricardo Consulting Engineers Ltd Shoreham-by-Sea England
Small Engine Technology Conference & Exposition
SAE Transactions Journal of Engines-V98-3