How to Power Tune MGB 4-Cylinder Engines for Road & Track by Peter Burgess

By Peter Burgess

Re-creation for summer time 2013

All you must find out about getting greatest functionality for street and song from the MGB 4-cylinder B-Series engine.

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Another interesting result is that as the value of the reaction rate constant decreases toward the values of the Kij's, the step change in [ O,,] becomes smaller and finally disappears. From the values of [Oads]and [COadS]we can also calculate the rate of COzproduction. Figure 12 shows the dependence of dCO,/dr on RFGfor the case of curve c in Fig. 1 1 . The results of Figs. 1 1 and 12 are similar to the experimental results of Fig. 10. This comparison does not mean to imply that the experimental data can be explained with this simple model, but rather that the processes contained in the model, plus some other similar processes, are indeed responsible for the anomalous behavior at the lower temperatures.

5. Pco’/P,02r] Here, Pco‘ and PCo2’ are partial pressures of CO and CO, in proximity to electrochemically active portions of the exhaust gas electrode and Vcoo,the standard cell potential, is a parameter which takes on relatively large values in excess of 1000 mV. For fixed temperature, the level of CO cell voltage curves is determined by the standard cell potential, whereas the A/F dependence is determined by variation of the concentration dependent potential. Again, consider the case where temperature is fixed at 500°C.

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