Solenoid-Valve Controlled Diesel Distributor Injection Pump

Paper #:
  • 930327

Published:
  • 1993-03-01
Citation:
Fischer, W., Fuchs, W., Laufer, H., and Reuter, U., "Solenoid-Valve Controlled Diesel Distributor Injection Pump," SAE Technical Paper 930327, 1993, https://doi.org/10.4271/930327.
Pages:
9
Abstract:
The electronically-governed diesel distributor injection pump, with the proven sleeve control of injection quantity, has been in production at Bosch since 1987. Long-term development resulted in a solenoid-valve controlled injection pump. The function and component assemblies, consisting of the injection pump, solenoid valve and control unit, provide an even more flexible injection system. Of particular advantage with this type of system are the high dynamics of the fuel quantity, matching of each individual injection and the exact pump-specific fuel quantity compensation at numerous map points. Further advantages are the selection of timing and fuel injection rate independent of each other, as well as the ability to provide the correct timing even at cranking speeds.The entire system, with emphasis on the injection pump and the solenoid valve, are described for IDI engines in this paper.
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