THE information available on the performance characteristics of high‐speed, compression‐ignition engines has usually been published as results of tests of particular engines, and these results have been judged entirely on a basis of brake horse‐power and specific fuel consumption. Much more detailed information is necessary for a foundation upon which to base further development so that the inherent advantages of this type of engine may be generally used in aerial transportation.
Spanogle, J.A. and Foster, H.H. (1931), "Fuel Injection of Diesel Engines: Performance of a High‐Speed Compression Ignition Engine using Multiple‐Orifice Fuel Injection Nozzles", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 3 No. 1, pp. 19-21. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb029359Download as .RIS
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