spark ignition angle


Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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  • ignition angle — The angle, measured in degrees crankshaft, by which the ignition is advanced. Also see spark ignition angle …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • angle — See ackermann angle approach angle attack angle cam angle caster angle departure angle dwell dwell angle front triangle heading angle …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • spark angle — See ignition angle …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Ignition system — For other uses, see Ignition system (disambiguation). An ignition system is a system for igniting a fuel air mixture. Ignition systems are well known in the field of internal combustion engines such as those used in petrol (gasoline) engines used …   Wikipedia

  • ignition map — An electronic map stored in the electronic control unit of ignitions with electronic spark timing and containing the most favorable ignition angle/ignition point for every operating point of the engine. Spark timing is optimized on the basis of… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • ignition control unit — A general control unit of electronic ignition systems, usually with current and dwell angle control, driver and output stage, in some cases with electronic spark timing functions. Compare electronic control unit …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • spark-angle map — See ignition map …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Alfa Romeo Twin Spark engine — Infobox Automobile engine name=Alfa Romeo TwinSpark engine manufacturer=Alfa Romeo production=1986– type=DOHC 2/4 valve I4 predecessor=Alfa Romeo Twin Cam successor= displacement=1.4 L 1.6 L 1.7 L 1.8 L 2.0 L power = 76 kW (103 PS) 114 kW (155… …   Wikipedia

  • electronic spark advance — (ESA) the part of an ECU that controls ignition timing and dwell angle …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • gasoline engine — Most widely used form of internal combustion engine, found in most automobiles and many other vehicles. Gasoline engines vary significantly in size, weight per unit of power generated, and arrangement of components. The principal type is the… …   Universalium

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