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Impact of Turbulent In-Cylinder Air Motion and Local Mixture Formation on Inflammation in Lean Engine Operation: Is Multiple Point Ignition a Solution?

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Results of in-cylinder optical diagnostics showed the limitation of one point ignition systems for gasoline engines. A three point ignition system is used to improve the lean operation limit thus decreasing fuel consumption and NOx-emissions.

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