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TM 5-685/NAVFAC MO-912
Table 3-l. Unit injector system.
of each other. Fuel from the supply tank is passed
through a filter to the injector pump supply pipe.
The injector pump receives the fuel which is then
Low pressure pump; delivers fuel from tank to
Gear pump
injected into the cylinders in proper quantity and at
injector: fuel also lubricates the pump.
a prearranged time.
Meters, times, and pressurizes fuel: camshaft-
(3) Electronic Fuel Injection. The electronic
operated by pushrod and rocker arm; one injec-
fuel injection system is an advanced design for mod-
tor for each cylinder.
ern diesel engines, intended to produce improved
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starting and operating characteristics. Several sys-
water in fuel.
tems have been developed, mainly for smaller and
Controls engine speed. Varies position of the
intermediate-sized engines. Similarities to me-
injector plunger to vary amount of fuel in-
chanical injection systems include the following: a
fuel pump (or pumps), a governor or speed regula-
tor, filters, and fuel injectors. The major difference
Table 3-2. Common rail injector system.
between mechanical and electronic systems is the
computer which replaces the mechanical compo-
nents (cams and pushrods) used to control fuel in-
Low and
Low-pressure pump delivers fuel from tank to
jection. The computer processes data inputs (such
high-pressure pump; high-pressure pump deliv-
high-pressure pump
as engine speed and load, desired speed or governor
ers fuel to injectors at the desired operating
pressure: fuel lubricates governor and pumps.
setting, engine temperature, and generator load).
Computer output is precisely timed electrical sig-
Flyweight-type; controls maximum fuel pres-
sure; prevents engine overfueling; controls en-
nals (or pulses) that open or close the fuel injectors
gine idle and prevents overspeeding by control-
for optimum engine performance. Adjustment of in-
ling fuel supply: contained within main pump
jection timing is seldom required after the initial
setup. Refer to the engine manufacturer's literature
Controlled by the operator; regulates fuel flow
for maintenance of injectors, pumps, and other fuel
and pressure to injectors.
system components.
Meters, times and pressurizes fuel; camshaft-
g. The main components of the fuel system. Fuel
operated by pushrod and rocker arm: one injec-
supply source, transfer pump, day tank, fuel injec-
tor for each cylinder.
tion pump, fuel injection nozzles, and filters and
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strainers. These components are matched by the
water in fuel.
engine manufacturer for optimum performance and
warranty protection.
Table 33. In-line pumps and injection nozzle system.
(1) The fuel supply source is one or more stor-
age tanks. Each tank must have drain valves for
removal of bottom water, see paragraph 2-4 for
Meters, times, pressurizes and controls fuel
Injection pump
genera! requirements. Additionally, the fuel system
delivered to the injection nozzles; consists of
single pumping element for each cylinder; tit-
should include a day tank and a transfer pump, see
ted into a common housing; operated by rocker
paragraph 2-4d.
arm or directly from the camshaft.
(2) The follo wing paragraphs cover the fuel in-
Usually the flyweight-type: may be mounted on
jection pump, fuel injection nozzles, and filters and
main injection pump housing; controls fuel de-
livery: variable-speed or limiting-speed type is
(3) A fuel injection pump accomplishes the
functions described in paragraph 3-4b(3). Addi-
Fuel lines
High-pressure type; transports fuel from pump
tional details are provided in the following para-
to injection nozzles.
Injection nozzle
Spring-loaded; hydraulically operated valve that
(a) The fuel injection pump must perform
is inserted in the combustion chamber: one
two functions: first, deliver a charge of fuel to the
nozzle for each cylinder.
engine cylinder at the proper time in the engine
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operating cycle, usually when the piston has almost
water in fuel.
reached the end of the compression stroke; and sec-
ond, measure the oil charge delivered to the injector
supplied to the cylinders by individual pumps oper-
so the amount of fuel is sufficient to develop the
ated from cams located on a camshaft or on an
power needed to overcome the resistance at the
auxiliary drive. The pumps operate independently


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