5.2.11. Management of the maximum quantity of the air coming to the engine
There are many following reasons for which a large amount of fuel should not be injected into cylinders of the engine (or the maximum physically possible quantity):
– excessive release of harmful substances with the fulfilled gases;
– excessive release of soot;
– a mechanical overload as a result of excessive torque or extreme frequency of rotation of a bent shaft;
– a thermal overload as a result of an overheat of cooling liquid, engine oil or a turbocompressor.
The maximum quantity of the air coming to the engine is formed of a large number of entrance variables, such as mass of the arriving air, the frequency of rotation of a bent shaft of the engine and temperature of cooling liquid.