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Homogoneous Charge Compression Ignition

This is a discussion on Homogoneous Charge Compression Ignition within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; HCCI It's coming !!!! NO, HCCI is not a gasoline engine that works like a diesel. HCCI combusiton can occur ...

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    Homogoneous Charge Compression Ignition

    HCCI
    It's coming !!!!

    NO, HCCI is not a gasoline engine that works like a diesel.

    HCCI combusiton can occur with either diesel fuel or gasoline.

    HCCI is Homogoneous Charge Compression Ignition. This is opposed to Homogoneous Charge Spark Ignition (gasoline) or Stratified Charge Compression Ignition (diesel) - current technology.

    HCCI means that there is no flame front. The air and fuel uniformly combust.

    Think of it as spontaneous combustion as opposed to starting a fire with a match.


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