Sensors help reveal engine's dirty secrets

Moran, Tim
March 2001
Automotive News;3/26/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5922, p26Q
Trade Publication
Focuses on Combustion Ltd.'s ultrafast analysis equipment, which can subdivide and graph data to show separate emissions outputs of internal combustion engines. Factors that affect emissions; Exhibition of the company's sensors at the SAE World Congress, held in March 2001; Understanding of performance variations in modern engines.


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