GENEVA – A system for infinitely varying the compression ratio of a running engine has been developed in France. The design allows compression ratio to adjusted “on the fly” to optimize performance according to engine speed and load. Infinitely varying compression ratio also enhances combustion of the fuel mixture for benefits in economy and emissions. The new French design is one of several recent prototype engines espousing the potential of variable compression. (See related story: FEV ...
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