DIRECT FUEL INJECTION


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DIRECT FUEL INJECTION
DIRECT FUEL INJECTION
Overview of Direct-Injection Approaches Direct-injection of gasoline (or another liquid fuel) into the cylinders of a spark-ignition engine offers several advantages. The two primary operational advantages of DI are first, that the fuel goes directly into the combustion chamber (the cylinder) where it will be burned (see Fig. 7.2); second, the fuel distribution within the cylinder can be controlled and stratified by mixing the injected fuel with only part of the in-cylinder air, and confining the fuel-air mixture to a specific region of the combustion chamber. The first of these advantag…
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John B. Heywood: Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals, Second Edition. DIRECT FUEL INJECTION, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2018), AccessEngineering Export