common-rail injection

common-rail injection

[′käm·ən ¦rāl in′jek·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
A type of diesel engine fuel-injection system in which one rail maintains the fuel at a specified pressure while feed lines run from the rail to each fuel injector.
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Continental's CD-300 300-HP turbodiesel, certified in 2017, is based on a six-cylinder Mercedes auto diesel with four valves per cylinder, electronic common-rail injection and turbocharging on a weight of 548 pounds.
Potential And Challenges of a 3000 Bar Common-Rail Injection System Considering Engine Behavior and Emission Level, SAE Technical Paper 2010-01-1131.
A common-rail injection system generates a high pressure (more than 1500 bar [14]), thereby producing fine fuel atomization for the engine and ensuring that combustion is as complete as possible.
The oil-burners are the 1.6 HDi common-rail injection units that are found across the Peugeot line-up of this era.
CONTROLLED POWER The uprated and now more powerful mainstream engines are all diesel-powered, with 150 and 184PS versions of the familiar 2.0 TDI common-rail injection unit.
With two turbochargers working together to boost performance across the entire rev range and a common-rail injection system capable of making up to five injections of fuel per cycle, it's a very advanced engine.
A new common-rail injection system achieves more precise combustion control, while new glow plugs speed up engine heating for enhanced efficiency from cold starts.
The 1.6 TDI diesel represents the Ibiza's passing into the age of common-rail injection.
These pick-ups are available with 2.5 turbo charged common-rail injection diesel or 2.4 16 valve multi port injection petrol engines.
The new EPS 200 diesel test bench for testing common-rail injection pumps and injectors produced by Bosch and other manufacturers will be demonstrated for the first time at the trade fair.