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Internal combustion engine division; proceedings.


Internal combustion engine division; proceedings.

Spring Technical Conference of the ASME Internal Combustion Engine Division (2005: Chicago, IL)



500 pages




Papers from an April 2005 conference cover a range of topics related to all areas of the internal combustion engine, from innovative designs and redesigns to emissions production mechanisms. Papers are in sections on advanced technology, environment, fuels and combustion, engine design, lubrication and friction, and instrumentation and controls. Specific subjects examined include the effects of thermochemical dissociation, experimental investigation of dynamics effects on multiple-injection common rail system performance, and evaluation and development of simple evaporation models used in spray simulations. There is no subject index.

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Date:Sep 1, 2005
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