Diesel-Engine Management. 4th Edition

  • ID: 2170439
  • Book
  • 504 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Innovations by Bosch in the Field of diesel–injection technology, such as the unit injector and common–rail high–pressure fuel–injection systems, have made a significant contribution to the diesel boom in Europe in the last few years. These systems make the diesel engine at once quieter, more economical, more powerful, and lower in emissions. This reference book provides a comprehensive insight into the extended diesel fuel–injection systems and into the electronic system used to control the diesel engine. this book also focuses on minimizing emission inside of the engine and exhaust–gas treatment (e.g., by particulate filters). The texts are complemented by numerous detailed drawings and illustrations.

Contents – central themes

History of the diesel engine – Basic principles of the diesel engine and of diesel fuel injection – Cylinder–charge control systems – Diesel fuel–injection systems: in–line, distributor and single–plunger fuel–injection pumps, unit injector, unit pump, common rail – Electronic Diesel Control – Emissions–Control engineering and emissions–control legislation – Sensors – Diagnostics )on–board diagnostics).

The target groups

  • Motor–vehicle technicians in education and vocational training
  • Motor–vehicle foremen and technicians in garage–workshops
  • Teachers in vocational schools
  • Lecturers and students at universities and technical colleges

About the Bosch Group

Bosch is the world′s largest independent supplier of parts and equipment for motor vehicles. Innovations by Bosch have shaped the development of the automobile. Bosch′s dominant technological role in many fields is demonstrated by the fact that is has the most patent application in automotive engineering in Germany, to the European Patent Office and in the USA.

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Imprint.

Foreword.

History of the diesel engine.

Areas of use for diesel engines.

Basic principles of the diesel engines.

Fuels.

Cylinder–charge control systems.

Basic principles of diesel fuel–injections.

Overview of diesel fuel–injection systems.

Fuel supply system to the lo–pressure stage.

Overview of in–line fuel–injection pump systems.

Presupply pumps for in–line fuel–injection pumps.

Type PE standard in–line fuel–injection pumps.

Governors and control systems for in–line fuel–injection pumps.

Control–sleeve in–line fuel–injection pumps.

Overview of distributor fuel–inject pump systems.

Helix and port–controlled distributor injection pumps.

Auxiliary control modules for distributor injection pumps.

Solenoid–Valve–controlled distributor injection pumps.

Sensors.

Fault diagnostics.

Service technology.

Exhaust0gas emissions.

Emission–control legislation.486 Exhaust–gas measuring techniques.

Index of technical terms.

Editorial boxes.

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