surface ignition

surface ignition

[′sər·fəs ig‚nish·ən]
(engineering)
The initiation of a flame in the combustion chamber of an automobile engine by any hot surface other than the spark discharge.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Boussouf reported a low hot surface ignition of pure R-32 at 1407[+ or -]18[degrees]F (763.9[+ or -]10[degrees]C).
When the combustion process does not occur correctly, as in the mentioned phenomenon, or due to the presence of surface ignition, it may generate serious damage to the engine, become a source of noise and vibration, and produce poor engine operating performance.
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