Translation of Mollenhauer/Tschöke, Handbuch Dieselmotoren, 3rd ed. 2007
2010, XIII, 636 p.
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Content Level »Research
Keywords »Emission - Motor - combustion - design - development - electrical engineering - electronics
The Diesel Engine Cycle.- History and Fundamental Principles of the Diesel Engine.- Gas Exchange and Supercharging.- Diesel Engine Combustion.- Fuels.- Fuel Injection Systems.- Fuel Injection System Control Systems.- Diesel Engine Engineering.- Engine Component Loading.- Crankshaft Assembly Design, Mechanics and Loading.- Engine Cooling.- Materials and Their Selection.- Diesel Engine Operation.- Lubricants and the Lubrication System.- Start and Ignition Assist Systems.- Intake and Exhaust Systems.- Exhaust Heat Recovery.- Environmental Pollution by Diesel Engines.- Diesel Engine Exhaust Emissions.- Diesel Engine Noise Emission.- Implemented Diesel Engines.- Vehicle Diesel Engines.- Industrial and Marine Engines.
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