1991-11-01

Two-Stroke Ported Engine with Scavenging Pump: Prototype and Results 911287

A mono-cylinder engine was built, because of its costs and the semplicity of designing, as flexible prototype. A scavenging system with four ports, two by two simmetrical, was chosen to respect the modern theory of scavenging optimization. The scavenging flow was supplied by a carter-pump; it has been used as first experimental solution. The prototype has been entirely realised and the following experimental measurements have been carried out: the pressure in combustion chamber, in carter pump, in pipes and injection system, as well as the fundamental parameters of engine functioning.

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