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But gasoline engines have to be operated at a very specific air-to-fuel ratio.
Potential industrial applications include air-to-fuel ratio, analytical instrumentation, fuel cells, fume hoods, gas leak detection, and gas meters.
Honda's second generation Lean Burn Control technology improves fuel economy by running the engine at an optimal air-to-fuel ratio.
0 MMBtu/ hr Series G Kinemax[R] burner that could operate over a wide range of air-to-fuel ratios and meet the [NO.
The calculated results for the steady state thermal efficiencies are plotted as a function of altitude in Figures 2 and 3, firing rate in Figures 4 and 5, and air-to-fuel ratio (mass basis) in Figures 6 and 7.
To date, testing on several different engine platforms with multiple customers and multiple fuels has regularly achieved air-to-fuel ratios in excess of 80:1 at cruise conditions, with engine-out NOx at just 50% of comparable standard engines.
The Delphi Flex Metal Catalyst utilizes advanced alumina and oxygen storage components which improve exhaust-gas diffusion and catalytic activity over a wider air-to-fuel ratio.
Turbochargers for large-bore reciprocating engines no longer will represent merely a system add-on to increase the air-to-fuel ratio, but will play a major role as a controllable component that significantly reduces pollutant emissions and increases engine fuel efficiency.