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Devices that can inject air-fuel mixture into the combustion chamber

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Anant90
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Oct7-10, 08:52 AM
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hey,
I need all the help i can get on this one....... can u guys tell me if there is any device that can be used instead of an ordinary fuel injector since i want it to be able to inject an air-fuel mixture. since the normal injector cant inject air i desperately need another device.

please do help!!!!
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mender
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Oct7-10, 09:15 AM
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Pretty hard to inject fuel and air at the same time considering the large volume of air needed by the engine. What's wrong with using a conventional intake stroke? That's exactly what it does and it seems to work very, very well!
rethunk
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Oct9-10, 10:30 AM
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Is this of any relevance?

http://ranwhenparked.blogspot.com/20...onda-cvcc.html

brewnog
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Oct10-10, 02:47 PM
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Devices that can inject air-fuel mixture into the combustion chamber

Some gas engines use port injection; these injectors should be able to cope with air with fuel in suspension. For use in-cylinder you are going to struggle if you're planning to use 'conventional' cylinder pressures.
mender
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Oct10-10, 10:32 PM
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Do you have any examples of the injectors that you're thinking of, brewnog?
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None that I should talk about, sorry. They're out there though!


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