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Diesel Burn Pattern

I finally found a good burn pattern on a piston crown to look at so I thought I would share it. I acquired some scrap articulating crown pieces too add to my bowl observing & combustion between various displacements etc. etc. Enjoy.


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Piston porn.
Looks like a good, clean flow pattern.
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Came across this one recently and figured it was interesting enough to show. Intriguing how there is a curve to the impingement area of the top of the crown. Adds more to the thought of our combustion cycle.

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Came across this one recently and figured it was interesting enough to show. Intriguing how there is a curve to the impingement area of the top of the crown. Adds more to the thought of our combustion cycle.
Swirl effect maybe ?
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I would say that is the largest factor. I didn't look at the head of this engine but out of the motions that can, could or will occur during engine operation is pretty kool. All of the different directions happening within the same time frame that combustion is going on. Not to mention anything being squeezed out of the crevice volumes of the chamber into the center of the cylinder.

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