Two-Stroke S.I. Engine Competitive to Four-Stroke Engine in Terms of the Exhaust Emission

Paper #:
  • 941681

Published:
  • 1994-09-01
Citation:
Pavletič, R. and Trenc, F., "Two-Stroke S.I. Engine Competitive to Four-Stroke Engine in Terms of the Exhaust Emission," SAE Technical Paper 941681, 1994, https://doi.org/10.4271/941681.
Pages:
9
Abstract:
A model engine with disintegrated working cycle was build. Its operation is not autonomous; compression of the working air is performed separately outside the engine by the compressed-air line supply. Pre-compressed charge together with the injected fuel is introduced in the combustion chamber. The model engine makes possible to determine indicated performance characteristics and its emission capability. Effective measured engine characteristics are of course not comparable with those obtained by an practical engine. The model presented is a two-stroke cycle engine. Exhaust emission picture of the presented engine is comparable with the emission of a modern four-stroke engine.
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