Handbook of Carburetion

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BoD – Books on Demand, 2010 - Transportation - 152 pages
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This book - first edited in 1916 - explains almost everything about carburetion for cars in theory and practice. Probably the best book ever on this issue.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER
1
Constancy of mixture 114
9
CHAPTER II
20
Atomization
23
Atomization effect of
26
Conclusions
33
The Accelerometer
41
CHAPTER IV
52
CHAPTER VII
103
Pressure
110
Fuel level
116
APPENDIX USEFUL TABLES AND CONVENIENT FORMULA PAGE 1 Absolute pressure by vacuum gauge
119
Head in feet to pressure in pounds per square inch
120
Velocity of flow
121
Speed formulas
122
Volume ratios from weight ratios
123

Method of testing
58
Speed range
64
Disclosure of characteristics
70
CHAPTER V
76
Determination of AirGas Ratios by Analysis
80
CHAPTER VI
83
Advantages of a Constant Mixture
93
Loss of pressure in pipes I24 14 Effect of bends I24 15 Water weight and pressure of
124
Brake horsepower I25 18 Capacity of Prony brakes I25 19 Temperature correction for specific gravity of gasoline
125
Baume hydrometer and corresponding specific gravities
129
British thermal unit
130
Volume pressure and density of air
136
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