Diaphragm Fuel Injection System (DFI) for Stratified-Charging of Small Two-Stroke Gasoline Engine 960365
Proper fuel supply system is the crux to realize the stratified scavenging for small type of two-stroke gasoline engine. A simple and effective diaphragm fuel injection system (DFI) is developed in the paper, which mainly consists of diaphragm pump and injector, the DFI utilizes the crankcase pressure which reflects the inlet flow rate to meter and inject fuel.
As low short-circuit at low load operation, stratified scavenging seems not necessary, so the conventional carburetor is preserved to function at low load. This makes the whole fuel system simple and effective.
The paper describes the operation principle of the DFI, and results of test on a 30cm3 modified engine are also presented, including the performance of fuel supply and contrast of complex engine performance with the original carbureted engine.
Citation: Yang, X., Zeng, K., Li, G., Jiang, D. et al., "Diaphragm Fuel Injection System (DFI) for Stratified-Charging of Small Two-Stroke Gasoline Engine," SAE Technical Paper 960365, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/960365. Download Citation
Xiaofeng Yang, Ke Zeng, Guowei Li, Deming Jiang, Shenghua Liu, Yashi Ke
Xi'an Jiaotong Univ.
International Congress & Exposition
Progress in Two-Stroke Engines and Emissions Control-SP-1131