Advanced Engine Technology

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E. Arnold, 1995 - Technology & Engineering - 794 pages
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A book for students and lecturers covering all types of automobile engine, 'Advanced Engine Technology' provides a comprehensive reference for anyone studying the way in which modern vehicle engines work, and why they are designed as they are. The author deals with the full range of engines encountered in production vehicles (petrol and diesel), in a clear and simple way.



Over 1200 superb diagrams of individual parts and whole assemblies
Coverage of all engine configurations in commercial production
Up-to-date treatment of electronic engine management and emission control

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Excellent book with simple explanation to complex realities using simplified figures.

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This book covers the full design of the engine. Complete guide to design engine right from scrap.

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Petrol Injection Systems 396 injector unit Unit injector electronically con
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ability of various valve arrangements Gener
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and breathing capacity Fundamentals of
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