New EBDI engine optimized for ethanol blends

02/23/2009 | MIT Technology Review

A Detroit engineering research firm invented the new Ethanol Boosted Direct Injection engine to take advantage of ethanol's higher octane rating and other properties. Most flex-fuel engines on the market are optimized for gasoline and modified slightly for ethanol blends. "We have designed this engine to be optimized for ethanol and gas and any blend of the two," said Rod Beazley, product group director for gasoline at Ricardo.

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