Direct comparasion of an engine working under Otto, Miller end Diesel cycles : thermodynamic analysis and real engine performance

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Ribeiro, Bernardo Sousa; Martins, Jorge;
(2007)
  • Publisher: Society of Automotive Engineers

One of the ways to improve thermodynamic efficiency of Spark Ignition engines is by the optimisation of valve timing and lift and compression ratio. The throttleless engine and the Miller cycle engine are proven concepts for efficiency improvements of such e... View more
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