Performance, fuel consumption, raw emissions and thermal load of modern internal combustion engines with Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) strongly depend on the engine’s intake ports. Their design affects the amount of charge delivered to the engine’s cylinder and it defines the tumble motion of the charge in the combustion chamber. Respectively, key parameters characterizing intake ports are the Discharge Coefficient and the Tumble Ratio.
|Authors||Kotnik. G Rainer. M|
|Date||1st July 2017|