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Preliminary Study of the Solid Powder Combustion Engine



Tao Song Lei, Liu Huran and Lin Jie
 
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This study presents an inexhaustible, clean, environmental friendly and inexpensive biomass powder fuel as an internal combustion engine fuel. There are two programs. One directly inject the powder into the combustion engine and the other gasify the powder in the internal of the combustion engine. By the means of emission processor and the structure with curved hole chamber piston, a better solution is presented to solve the problem such as the low calorific value of biomass fuels and irrespirable dust emissions. This study gives also a preliminary exploration to the metal powder fuel as the internal combustion engine fuel.

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Tao Song Lei, Liu Huran and Lin Jie, 2013. Preliminary Study of the Solid Powder Combustion Engine. Journal of Applied Sciences, 13: 2336-2340.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2013.2336.2340

URL: https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=jas.2013.2336.2340
 

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