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Bosch Gasoline engine management Basics and components

Table of Contents:

Basics of the Gasoline (SI) engine
Operating concept
Torque and output power
Engine efficiency

Gasoline engine management
Technical requirements
Cylinder charge control
A/F-mixture formation

Systems for cylinder-charge control
Air-change control
Variable valve timing
Exhaust-gas recirculation (EGR)
Dynamic supercharging
Mechanical supercharging
Exhaust-gas turbocharging

Gasoline fuel injection: An overview
External A/F-mixture formation
Internal A/F-mixture formation

Fuel supply
Fuel supply for manifold injection
Low-pressure circuit for gasoline direct-injection
Evaporative-emissions control system
Electric fuel pump
Fuel filter
Rail, fuel-pressure regulator, fuel-pressure damper, fuel tank, fuel lines

Manifold fuel injection
Operating concept
Electromagnetic fuel injectors
Types of fuel injection

Gasoline direct injection
Operating concept
Rail, high-pressure pump
Pressure-control valve
Rail-pressure sensors
High-pressure injector
Combustion process
A/F-mixture formation
Operating modes

Ignition: An overview
Ignition systems development

Coil ignition
Ignition driver stage
Ignition coil
High-voltage distribution
Spark plugs
Electrical connection and interference-suppressor devices
Ignition voltage, ignition energy
Ignition point

Catalytic emissions control
Oxidation-type catalytic converter
Three-way catalytic converter
NO, accumulator-type catalytic converter
Lambda control loop
Catalytic-converter heating

Index of technical terms
Technical terms