Camshafts and the valve train

Part of the Der Fahrzeugantrieb/Powertrain book series


Engine Speed Valve Lift Valve Train Valve Spring Poppet Valve 
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17.7 Recommendations for further reading

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Current production and cam phasing systems

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Continuously variable systems

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Camless systems and performance impact

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