Environmental Performance Improvement in Gasoline Engines with External Mixture Formation

The results of experimental and theoretical research that indicate the improvement of the environmental performance of the petrol vehicle of class M1 are shown. The fuel and air channels of engine are equipped with permanent magnets. Studies were carried out at slow and fast idling of a crankshaft engine. Permanent magnets are installed in such a way that the magnetic field lines pass through the fuel and air in the perpendicular plane relative to the direction of flow of the material. It creates a magnetic flux of different configurations and intensity. As a result of such influence, the composition of the exhaust gas is changed. The toxic components are reduced in such exhaust gases. The results of experimental studies were approximated by polynomials of the second degree. As a result, the optimal combination of flow on the criterion of a minimum total toxicity was identified.

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  • Accession Number: 01609350
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Aug 3 2016 8:31AM