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A Study on Combustion in Direct Injected Multi-Ignition Gasoline Engine
Published July 14, 1992 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
Multi-ignition combustion characteristics were studied in a gasoline engine by injecting small quantity of diesel fuel as multi-ignition sources by modified dual fuel injection system.
Mild and fast combustion without knock at compression ratio of 18 were realized. Low fuel consumption and low HC and NOx emission as well as DI diesel engine were obtained. Smoke generation at heavier load conditions is to be solved in future.