Quasi-Constant Volume (QCV) Spark Ignition Combustion on the Free-Piston Engine Rig

Tweet SAE World Congress & Exhibition – 2009 Quasi-Constant Volume (QCV) Spark Ignition Combustion Paper Number: 2009-01-0700 DOI: 10.4271/2009-01-0700 Citation:  Chen, R., Winward, E., Stewart, P., Taylor, B. et al., “Quasi-Constant Volume (QCV) Spark Ignition Combustion,” SAE Technical Paper 2009-01-0700, 2009, doi:10.4271/2009-01-0700. Author(s): Rui Chen – Loughborough Univ Edward Winward – Loughborough Univ Paul Stewart – University of Lincoln […]


Attendees at the recent Lincoln Engineering Business Breakfast. Coffee, bacon rolls and brown sauce optional

The University of Lincoln School of Engineering and City of Lincoln Council Business Services Team collaborate in events to understand the main drivers for successful marketing and development of the engineering sector in the region.

We are working together to put Lincoln engineering ‘on the map’ in terms of investment and relocation opportunities.

Mike Bristow of Wyman Gordon Ltd. discusses Sharing Best Practice

Attending the event were:

Bifrangi UK Limited
Castlet Limited
City of Lincoln Council
Coptech Technology Limited
Destec Engineering
Dynex Semiconductor Limited
Education Business Partnership
Hindles of Lincoln
ITP Engines UK Limited
Industrial Marine Power
James Dawson & Son Limited
Lincat Group Plc
Lincoln College
Lincoln Crankshaft & Machine Limited
Lincoln Diesels
Lincolnshire County Council
Lincolnshire & Rutland Employment & Skills Board
Micrometric Limited
Napier Turbochargers Limited
NMB Minebea UK Limited
North Lindsey College
Optima Graphic Design Consultants Limited
Rakon UK Limited
Rilmac (Holdings) Limited
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery
Specialist Heat Exchangers
University of Lincoln
VXI Power Limited
Wyman-Gordon Limited

IEEE Technical Committee membership for Engineering’s Dr. Wing-Kuen Ling

Engineering’s Dr Wing-Kuen Ling (better known to us all as ‘Bingo’) has been given the prestigious invitation to join the Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers’ Circuits and Systems Society Technical Committee on Nonlinear systems.

The IEEE is the world’s largest society for the advancement of technology.

The IEEE Circuits and Systems Society is the leading organization that promotes the advancement of the theory, analysis, design, tools, and implementation of circuits and systems. The field spans their theoretical foundations, applications, and architectures, as well as circuits and systems implementation of algorithms for signal and information processing.

Dr 'Bingo' Wing-Kuen Ling

The Society brings engineers, researchers, scientists and others involved in circuits and systems applications access to the industry’s most essential technical information, networking opportunities, career development tools and many other exclusive benefits.

Local members with similar technical interests engage in professional exchange through the Society’s 10 regional chapters in the United States, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, Asia, Australia and the Pacific.