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1.6-litre supercharged CNG engine

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Abstract

Magna Steyr has built an individual concept vehicle called “mila” that combines driving fun and eco-friendliness. The vehicle complies with the statutory road regulations and runs on the alternative fuel CNG (compressed natural gas). It is powered by a 1.6-litre supercharged inline mid-engine that is transversely mounted in front of the rear axle [1].

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    Thien, U., Schaffer, K., Eichlseder, H. (2006): 1.6 l supercharged engine for CNG motorization of a sportive vehicle, VDI Progress Reports, Series 12, No. 622; Austrian Society of Automotive Engineers (ÖVK), Vienna, Austria, 27th International Vienna Motor Symposium

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    Thien U., Schaerfl A., Rudolf M., Quissek F. (2007): Engine and New Fuel Management System for CNG Powered Vehicles, SIAT2007 — SAE Technical Paper Series, SAE Paper No. 2007-26-027, ARAI, Pune, India

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Correspondence to Dr. techn. Uwe Thien.

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Thien, U. 1.6-litre supercharged CNG engine. AutoTechnol 7, 34–37 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03247002

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Keywords

  • Biogas
  • Driving Cycle
  • Rear Axle
  • Concept Vehicle
  • Engine Control Unit