Piston temperature measurement and piston design investigation on a C.F.R. engine
Wittmann, Narvin Ott
Smith, James H., Jr.
Wittmann, Narvin Ott
Smith, James H.
Leary, W. A.
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The purposes of this investigation were twofold: (1) to construct a satisfactory arrangement for the measurement of piston crown temperature in a C.F.R. engine, (2) to determine the effect of piston crown design on piston temperature, with and without a forced system of cooling on the inside of the piston.
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