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Device for regulating the composition of the combustible mixture supplied by the carburetor
Device for regulating the composition of the combustible mixture supplied by the carburetor
(Oschepkov P. P., Kamyshnikov R.O., Mirolyubov V. I., Novikov V.A., Kamyshnikov O. V., Konoplev V. N.)

This utility model relates to mechanical engineering, namely to the adjusting devices of the working processes of internal combustion engines with spark ignition. A device for regulating the composition of the combustible mixture consists of an electronic control unit associated with a source of pressure and vacuum. The pressure sensor is installed in the receiver. The device also contains a block of dampers, the inlet of which is connected to a source of pressure and vacuum, and the outlet is connected to a receiver. The output of the receiver through the pipeline is connected to the carburetor float chamber. Each flap in the flap block is connected to a stepper motor, controlled by an electronic control unit. Additionally installed pressure sensors located in the pipeline between each valve of the valve block and a source of pressure and vacuum, while additional pressure sensors are connected to the electronic control unit. The utility model improves the accuracy of adjusting the composition of the mixture over the entire range of engine load variation.

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The main goal of the RUDN University and UNISDR Office for Northeast Asia and Global Education and Training Institute for Disaster Risk Reduction at Incheon (UNISDR ONEA-GETI) cooperation is to obtain knowledge about disaster risk reduction and international experience in this area for creating training courses for basic and additional professional education in RUDN
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Michele Pagano is a graduate of the University of Pisa, a leading scientist, the author of more than 200 publications in international journals, and a participant in many international research projects
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