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Homogeneous Charged Compression Ignition (HCCI)

Homogeneous Charged Compression Ignition (HCCI)

Homogeneous Charged Compression Ignition (HCCI)

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I am trying to put together an engine test facility to run experiments on HCCI.  I have an old Waukasha fuel research engine and I am looking for companies that manufacture dynamometers that I would be able to couple to this engine. I have found out so far that Waukasha no longer services the lower end (crank case) of the engine, so I may be interested in a complete test set up. The HCCI combustion method basically takes a lean fuel mixture and compresses it until it auto ignites. This condition generally is the knock zone that is why I am using an old octane rating engine. If anyone could give me any companies, information, or suggestions, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thank you,

Ross A. Watters
Raw25@drexel.edu

Ross A. Watters
ross_a_watters@hotmail.com

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