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'''Loop scavenging''' principle of 2 - stroke engines uses 2 or more [[transfer port]]s to loop fresh air/petrol/oil mixture up the side of the [[cylinder]] and down the other pushing the burnt exhaust ahead of it and out the [[exhaust]] port. In contrast to the [[uniflow cycle]]  [[Loop scavenging]] is more powerful and efficient as the backside of the piston is used like a pump to fill the combustion room. Loop Scavenging was invented by A. Schnuerle for DKW who were exclusive user of the patent and is today found on any 2 stroke engine.
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'''Loop scavenging''' is a principle of 2 - stroke engines and uses two or more [[transfer port]]s to loop fresh air/petrol/oil mixture up the side of the [[Cylinder]] and down the other pushing the burnt exhaust ahead of it and out the [[Exhaust]] port. In contrast to the [[uniflow cycle]], [[Loop scavenging]] is more powerful and efficient as the backside of the piston is used like a pump to fill the combustion room. Loop scavenging was invented by A. Schnuerle for DKW who were exclusive users of the patent. Today it is found on any 2 stroke engine.
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Revision as of 23:10, 10 June 2008

Loop scavenging is a principle of 2 - stroke engines and uses two or more transfer ports to loop fresh air/petrol/oil mixture up the side of the Cylinder and down the other pushing the burnt exhaust ahead of it and out the Exhaust port. In contrast to the uniflow cycle, Loop scavenging is more powerful and efficient as the backside of the piston is used like a pump to fill the combustion room. Loop scavenging was invented by A. Schnuerle for DKW who were exclusive users of the patent. Today it is found on any 2 stroke engine.