Pressure diagnostics furnishes a fundamental procedure for design analysis of a combustion system for piston engines. It ushers in thereby a rational method of approach to the prediction of improvements in performance that can be attained by any contemplated modifications of the system prior to their design and testing. In view of the highly developed technology of modern internal combustion engine, such improvements can be derived only from the principles of the Second Law of Thermodynamics, rather than the First Law, in particular reduction in irreversible effects due to energy loss incurred by heat transfer to the walls.
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Antoni K. Oppenheim
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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