Preignition

Pre`ig·ni'tion noun (Engineering) Ignition in an internal-combustion engine while the inlet valve is open or before compression is completed.
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Preignition

• (n.) Ignition in an internal-combustion engine while the inlet valve is open or before compression is completed.
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preignition

preignition, pre-ignition 1. The ignition of the fuel mixture in a gasoline engine cylinder before normal ignition by the spark plug, typically caused by overheated plug points. This results in an inefficient, rough-running engine. 2. Ignition of fuel in an internal-combustion engine before the spark has been generated, causing inefficient operat...
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Preignition

Picture of the former Australian cricketer Len Darling taken in the 1930s. The image is pre-1955 and therefore is in the public domain. ...
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