PNEUMATIC FUEL ATOMIZATION AS APPLIED TO AUTOMOBILE AIR POLLUTION CONTROL.
CALIFORNIA UNIV LOS ANGELES
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The principle of pneumatic fuel atomization as applied to internal combustion engine carburetion was conceived during research activity concerned with exhaust gas recycling and its effects on engine performance. The goal was to find a solution to the engine power surging problem, a phenomenon resulting from exhaust gas recycling as a method of nitrogen oxide control. The benefit appears to be twofold, namely, besides elimination of the power surging, the experiments with pneumatic fuel atomization pointed out a new way to effective control of unburned hydrocarbons. Author