THE influence of the surrounding atmospheric conditions on the power developed by an internal combustion engine has been the subject of a number of experimental investigations and theoretical discussions. The mass of experimental data dealt with and the rather involved arguments employed have, in some instances, tended to obscure the main issues of the problem.
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