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Gasoline Atomizer for Gasoline Engines

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000080585D
Original Publication Date: 1974-Jan-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-27
Document File: 2 page(s) / 32K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Cole, JN: AUTHOR

Abstract

In order to increase the efficiency of gasoline engines, such as automobile engines, a fuel system which includes a means for atomizing the gasoline into a fine mist is preferred. The structure shown can be simply constructed and is of low cost. It produces uniform size particles and is a simple replacement part in a gasoline engine.

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Gasoline Atomizer for Gasoline Engines

In order to increase the efficiency of gasoline engines, such as automobile engines, a fuel system which includes a means for atomizing the gasoline into a fine mist is preferred. The structure shown can be simply constructed and is of low cost. It produces uniform size particles and is a simple replacement part in a gasoline engine.

Fuel enters the atomizer which comprises a rotary vane pump. At the output of the pump, the fuel is pressurized and impacts against a fine screen. The screen is conveniently made of metal having micron sized holes. These holes can be produced by weaving, etching, or localized drilling, etc.

The pressure of the fuel against the screen, will force the fuel through the screen and produce a mist of fuel particles that will be mixed with air and then utilized in the engine.

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