Engine exhaust emission limits have been subject to increasingly severe controls during the last few years. This has led to the need for a suitably structured systemic approach to the problem of exhaust gas treatment, instead of just focusing on improving catalytic converters efficiency, in other words, it has become increasingly more productive, and necessary, to carry out “global” optimization of the chemical conversion process generally present when gases are burnt, along with activities aimed directly at reduce the cause of their creation, acting on the engine geometric and operating parameters. This work was aimed at an operating experimental analysis of alternative fuel injection systems to optimize their use in order to reduce exhaust emissions in spark ignition engines, especially during cold starts in low temperature conditions.
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An Experimental Optimisation of a Spark Ignition Engine Fuel Injector to Reduce the Total Hydrocarbon Emissions During Cold Start Conditions
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Cardone, M, Cioffi, V, De Fenzo, A, De Marino, C, Senatore, A, & Torella, E. "An Experimental Optimisation of a Spark Ignition Engine Fuel Injector to Reduce the Total Hydrocarbon Emissions During Cold Start Conditions." Proceedings of the ASME 2002 Internal Combustion Engine Division Spring Technical Conference. Design, Operation, and Application of Modern Internal Combustion Engines and Associated Systems. Rockford, Illinois, USA. April 14–17, 2002. pp. 99-105. ASME. https://doi.org/10.1115/ICES2002-453
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