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  • Magazine Article
  • 19AUTP05_08
Published May 01, 2019 by SAE International in United States
  • English

Today's fuel injection engineers, designers, and researchers are continually challenged to meet increasingly demanding fuel economy, emissions and performance requirements for gasoline engine-powered vehicles. The availability of established and recognized standards in support of this effort is critical to accomplishing these goals. And the work of SAE's Gasoline Fuel Injection Standards Committee (GFISC) to create and maintain these essential standards, guidelines and recommended practices helps to ensure the success of these efforts.

The GFISC is responsible for developing and maintaining SAE's Standards, Recommended Practices (RP) and Information Reports that apply to both mechanical and electrical automotive gasoline fuel-injection systems. This includes the design and testing of associated fuel system component parts and assemblies used in spark-ignition engines. Committee members draw from automotive OEMs and suppliers, consulting firms, regulatory and other government agencies, academia, national laboratories and other interested parties.