Bosch Fuel Injection Systems

 
By 9 March 2017
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The fuel-injection system is responsible for supplying the diesel engine with fuel. To do so, the injection pump generates the pressure required for fuel injection. The fuel under pressure is forced through the high-pressure fuel-injection tubing to the injection nozzle which then injects it into the combustion chamber.

The fuel-injection system includes the following components and assemblies: The fuel tank, the fuel filter, the fuel-supply pump, the injection nozzles, the high-pressure injection tubing, the governor, and the timing device (if required).

The combustion processes in the diesel engine depend to a large degree upon the quantity of fuel which is injected and upon the method of introducing this fuel to the combustion chamber.

The most important criteria in this respect are the fuel-injection timing and the duration of injection, the fuel’s distribution in the combustion chamber, the moment in time when combustion starts, the amount of fuel metered to the engine per degree crankshaft, and the total injected fuel quantity in accordance with the engine loading. The optimum interplay of all these parameters is decisive for the faultless functioning of the diesel engine and of the fuel-injection system.

Fuel-injection system with mechanically-controlled (governed) distributor injection pump
1 Fuel tank, 2 Fuel filter, 3 Distributor fuel-injection pump, 4 Nozzle holder with nozzle, 5 Fuel return line,
6 Sheathed-element glow plug (GSK) 7 Battery, 8 Glow-plug and starter switch, 9 Glow control unit (GZS).