Automotive Fuel Systems

Automotive Fuel Systems

Publication Date: 09-Sep-2020
Number of Pages: 57

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About this Report

Fuel injection systems have chartered the path for engines on vehicles with higher speed, power, acceleration, fuel efficiency, and reliability. Advanced fuel injection systems of today combine and control all functions, such as ignition, timing, cooling, and fuel delivery, by programming their operation for maximum power output at minimum fuel consumption. Modern injectors are major contributors to CO2 emission reduction and fuel savings and are produced in two types—conventional solenoid and piezo injectors. Two types of fuel injection systems are popular among gasoline engines—DI and MFI. The MFI + DI system will also see significant demand among gasoline engines. In recent years, the preference for DI fuel systems is on the rise to help adhere to higher levels of emission restrictions, while MFI continues to be offered as an economical alternative. The production demand for high-pressure GDI fuel pumps is in direct proportion with increasing popularity of DI fuel injection systems. DI–CR is the unanimous choice for new-generation diesel engines with adoption of higher levels of fuel injection pressures, superior common rail design, and intelligent engine management systems.

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