Method and Systems for Power Control of Internal Combustion Engines Using Individual Cycle Cut-Off 960462
A new method of controlling power has been developed for improving efficiency and emissions performance of internal combustion engines at partial load. The method involves cutting-off some of the work cycles, as the load decreases, to obtain required power. Theoretical and experimental material is presented to illustrate the underlying principle, the implementation means and the results for the 4- and 8-cylinder piston engine and a twin rotor Wankel engine applications.
Citation: Fedorenko, Y., Korzhov, M., Filippov, A., and Atamanenko, N., "Method and Systems for Power Control of Internal Combustion Engines Using Individual Cycle Cut-Off," SAE Technical Paper 960462, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/960462. Download Citation
Yuri Fedorenko, Mikhail Korzhov, Anatoly Filippov, Nikolay Atamanenko
AutoVAZ Inc., National Agricultural Univ.
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