What are the two types of straight diesel engines presently used by the Army?
Two- and four-stroke cycle
Compression-ignition and spark-ignition
Multifuel and compression-ignition
Which cylinder arrangement is used in the present military four-stroke-cycle diesel engines?
In-line and V-type
Superchargers are used on compression-ignition engines to
decrease detonation knock.
What percentage of a barrel of crude oil can be used in the multifuel engine?
The combustion chambers of the multifuel engine are designed to stop detonation knock by
scavenging the cylinders.
steady burning of the fuel.
supercharging the air intake.