Effect of Gas-Pressure Stabilizers on Performance Characteristics of a Single-Cylinder Diesel Engine 900641

Experimental investigation on a high speed single-cylinder diesel engine has shown that a gas-pressure stabilizer in the exhaust system has obvious effect upon engine performance. Two types of such gas pressure stabilizers were tested, and a reduction of about 0.5% to 2% in fuel consumption rate was achieved, which was mainly dependent on the type of stabilizer employed and was more significant under higher speed conditions.


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