Wall Control Combustion System

Wall Control Combustion System

Date:Jul 12, 2019

In the wall-controlled combustion system, the injector and the spark plug are far apart, the injector sprays fuel into the piston pocket, and then the oil and gas mixture is sent to the spark plug by the inertia of the intake air flow. In order to avoid the temperature of the injector is too high, it is generally placed on the intake valve side, and the piston recess opening faces the intake valve side, and the oil and gas mixes and flows directly to the spark plug. This type of mixing gas takes a long time to form a large area of combustible gas mixture.

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