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engineer46

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PLEASE only a fluid dynamics or thermodynamics approach.

Spent hours on searching to find why petrol engines produce more CO2 emissions (or vise versa) but nothing on the web.

I understand the standard explanations on longer stroke, more RPM, higher compression ratio but I am not looking on this kind of stuff.

I am looking for a thermodynamic approach with efficiencies, mass flow rate etc.

Any kind of help will be appreciated.