Preliminary Investigation of Solenoid Activated In-cylinder Injection in Stoichiometric S.I. Engines 940483
An investigation into the application of electronically controlled solenoid activated high pressure in-cylinder gasoline injection systems has been carried out in both conventional and novel four-valve four-stroke pent-roof chamber single-cylinder engines. Air motion requirements were studied and their effects on port design and layout were assessed. Alternative injector types, locations and spray characteristics were investigated. Transient and steady-state comparisons of the engines were made under both normal and cold running conditions. The outlook for the use of in-cylinder injection technology compatible with ULEV emissions requirements is discussed in the light of the results obtained.
Citation: Lake, T., Christie, M., Stokes, J., Horada, O. et al., "Preliminary Investigation of Solenoid Activated In-cylinder Injection in Stoichiometric S.I. Engines," SAE Technical Paper 940483, 1994, https://doi.org/10.4271/940483. Download Citation
T. H. Lake, M. J. Christie, J. Stokes, O. Horada, K. Shimotani