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ISO 7967-11:2014 pdf free.Reciprocating internal combustion engines – Vocabulary of components and systems
carburetor system with more than two sets of independent carburetors (3.2.1) in which throttle valves (3.2.42) are linked so as to work simultaneously or in sequence
Note 1 to entry: The unit with two carburetors is called twin-carburetor.
carburetor system with two carburetors (3.2.1) with different characteristics in which each throttle valve (3.2.42) works in sequence
Note 1 to entry: The carburetor which works first is called the primary carburetor and another is called the secondary carburetor.
mechanism which maintains the level of fuel in the carburetor (3.2.1)
circuit in the carburetor (3.2.1) where fuel flows continuously during normal engine operation, except idling
circuit in the carburetor (3.2.1) where fuel flows at idling
circuit of the secondary carburetor (3.21) where fuel flows from the main fuel circuit when the opening of the throttle valve (3.2.42) is small
circuit where additional fuel flows for the enrichment of air-fuel mixture at high power operation of the engine
system or a series of parts in the carburetor (3.2.1) which restricts the air flow in the venturi (3.2.34) at the starting of the engine
circuit of additional fuel for the enrichment of air-fuel mixture at the sudden acceleration of the engine
device which adjusts air-fuel ratio in accordance with the requirement from the engine using a procedure
such as air bleed (3.2.53) method
diameter of the exit of the carburetor (3.2.1) which indicates the size of the carburetor
Note 1 to entry: When the carburetor has two or more exits, the size is usually indicated by plural diameters.
body including main parts of the carburetor (3.2.1) such as venturi (3.2.34) and float chamber (3.2.44)
body which forms air intake (3.2.28) passage with the choke valve (3.2.31)
body which forms the exit of air passage with throttle valve (3.2.42)
means to enrich the air-fuel mixture by choking the inlet of charge air to the carburetor (3.2.1)
valve for choking (3.2.30) the air inlet in the carburetor (3.2.1)
valve equipped in the choke valve (3.2.31) which relieves charge air when air-fuel ratio exceeds the limit due to excessive negative pressure at the venturi (3.2.34)
device which operates choke valve (3.2.31) automatically depending on the temperature of the engine.ISO 7967-11 pdf download.

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