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ENGINE CAPACITY AND EFFICIENCY
THERMODYNAMICS OF THE FUELAIR MEDIUM
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air capacity air cycle altitude amount carburetor chemical chemical equilibrium combustion chamber compression ratio compression-ignition engine constant constant-volume cycle cooling crank curve cylinder pressure cylinder walls decrease delay period detonation Effect of Fuel equilibrium exhaust pressure exhaust valve expansion flame speed four-stroke engine fresh charge friction fuel-air cycle fuel-air mixture fuel-air ratio gasoline heat loss heat of combustion ignition increase indicator diagram injection inlet and exhaust inlet pressure inlet temperature inlet valve internal combustion engine journal bearings Journal S.A.E. load lubrication manifold mean effective pressure mechanical efficiency mixing motoring number of molecules operating conditions output piston speed pressure rise proportional pumping loss quantity rate of pressure reduced residual gas residual gases shown in Fig Sloan Automotive Laboratory spark advance spark-ignition engine specific fuel consumption stroke supercharging thermal efficiency throttle tion top center two-stroke engine vapor varies viscosity volatility volume volumetric efficiency