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TM 9-8000
b. During the compression stroke, the swirling
chamber (C, fig. 5-5).  d.  As combustion begins, the
motion of the air continues as the temperature in the
main portion of the fuel is swept off of the piston head by
chamber increases (B, fig. 5-5).
the high velocity swirl that was created by the intake and
the compression strokes. As the fuel is swept off of the
c.  As the fuel is injected, approximately 95 percent
head, it burns through the power stroke, maintaining
of it is deposited on the head of the piston and the
even combustion and eliminating detonation (D and E,
remainder mixes with the air in the spherical combustion


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