Carburetion, heat rejection, and weight data of U.S. model W-1 engine (power plant section)
DescriptionThe object of this test was to secure a carburetor setting which would give an actual brake horsepower of the United States model W-1 engine of 710 at the normal revolutions per minute of 1,700 with a specific fuel consumption of 0.51 to 0.53 pound per horsepower-hour. Another object was to secure data on the rejection of heat to the cooling water and the weight of the engine and cooling water. Data were secured on several carburetor settings to cover any contingency that may arise when the engine is mounted in an airplane.
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