PENGARUH PUTARAN MESIN TERHADAP EMISI GAS BUANG
Influence Machine Rotation to Gas Emission Throw Away. Technique
automotive. Polytechnic Pratama Mulia Surakarta, 2008. Gas emission
throw away recently mount swiftly one of its cause its ever gr eater is
motor vehicle usage. Along with its excelsior usage motor vehicle hence
its excelsior usage motor vehicle of hence excelsior also gas emission
throw away yielded. Gas emission throw away yielded by vehicle
influenced several things, one of them is fuel mixture. If a vehicle less
precise in arranging mixture fuel and air hence emission which yielded
will progressively mount on that account we need test-drive to determine
amount of mixture correct air and fuel to lessen gas mission throw away
the motor vehicle. After done several times attempt hence can be pulled
one conclusion that is for the mixture correct fuel is 1 : 14,8 that is to 1
fuel gram and 14,8 for the air. Influence of machine Rotation to gas
emission throw away for rate HC happened the degradation of high
rotation, while for the rate CO and CO2 tend to go up high rotation.
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