Advances in Energy Systems and Technology. Volume 4 by Peter Auer and David Douglas (Eds.)

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Thus the pressure rise during combustion measures the total heat re­ leased to the gas by combustion if the volume is kept constant. This is FLAME FRONT / BURNED UNBURNED V = / LA d X -►X Fig. 3. Schematic of flame front progressing through the combus­ tion chamber. 46 E. L. Resler, Jr. true regardless of the details of the flame propagation and can be used to measure how much of the heating value of the fuel finally results in a force (pressure) on the piston, etc. Now consider the expansion or work stroke of the piston taking account of the temperature gradient.

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