Performance to be expected from a fuel-injection, spark-ignition, internal combustion engine
Pixton, John Ervin
Ellis, Ezra Mathews
Rhoads, Robert Hartenstine
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This investigation was undertaken to determine and formally record the performance of an Internal-combustion engine with a fuel-injection system substituted for the usual carburetor. The title was chosen so as to cover any and all investigations which might conceivably be made as to the effect of any variables on the performance of the engine. The idea in mind was to start with the factors which would seem to have the greatest effects on performance and after these had been disposed of to continue with an investigation of factors whose effects on performance are of a secondary nature.
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