This volume gathers together papers by leading authorities on internal combustion engines, completing the work begun in the first volume by R.S. Benson. These state-of-the-art essays examine various methods of evaluating the performance of engines, including considerations of scavenging, in-cylinder flows, turbocharger matching, heat transfer, and a section on the modelling of pressure exchangers. This is the most comprehensive analytical text available on the subject, containing detailed analyses of internal combustion engines previously found only in technical papers.
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