Here is the listing of Best reference books on Compression Ignition Engines.
|1. “Internal Combustion Engine” by C.F. Taylor and E.S. Taylor
Book Review: The book incorporates various additions and changes made in the field of engine design and control taking into consideration the world petroleum crisis, legal restraints on air pollution and emphasis on fuel economy. The book also explains the concepts of exhaustive studies of air capacity, heat flow, friction, cylinder size effects and engine cycle treatment. This book is very useful to the engineers and designers of internal combustion engines as well as to the teachers and graduate students in the streams of power, internal combustion engineering and general machine design.
|2. “Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals” by John Heywood|
|3. “Fuel Injection and Controls of Internal Combustion Engines” by P.G. Burman and B. Luca|
|4. “Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition (HCCI) Engines” by Fuquan Zhao|
|5. “Hydrogen-Diesel Blending in Compression Ignition Engines” by Haroun Shahad|
|6. “Direct Injection Systems: For Spark-ignition and Compression-ignition Engines” by Cornel Stan|
|7. “Final Regulatory Support Document: Control of Emissions from New Marine Compression-Ignition Engines at or Above 30 Liters Per Cylinder” by U S Environmental Protection Agency|
|8. “Emission Characterization of an Alcohol/Diesel-Pilot Fueled Compression-Ignition Engine and Its Heavy-Duty Diesel Counterpart” by by U S Environmental Protection Agency|
|9. “Motor Vehicle Mechanic’s Textbook” by F. K. Sully|
|10. “Dual-Fuel Diesel Engines” by Ghazi A. Karim|
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