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"...HCCI is a type of internal combustion that combines the traditional spark ignition (spark from a spark plug ignites the fuel mix) with the compression ignition (heat caused by compressing the fuel mix ignites it). HCCI is a lean combustion process, providing a lower local flame temperature which lowers the amount of Nitric Oxide (NOx) produced in the process. HCCI works by igniting the air/fuel mixture when the concentration and temperature are high enough. Advantages of the..." Continue Reading →
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