Presents the results of work performed over the past three years on the design, testing, measurement techniques, and pollution control of internal combustion engines. Emphasis is on the design and development of clean-burning, high efficiency engines. Discusses the measurement of temperature, flow, combustion dynamics, friction, and wear. Chapters cover fundamentals of petroleum fuels and low-pollution combustion, emission control of low-polluting combustion adding gaseous and alcohol fuels to engine intake or base fuel, related engine parameters, diffusion and spray combustion, measurement techniques, harmful gas components and their analysis and control, and catalysts for exhaust gas purification. Contains a glossary of technical terms and extensive references.
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