prechamber

prechamber
A small upper chamber in the cylinder head of a diesel engine, connected to the main combustion chamber by a narrow passage; fuel is injected into the prechamber (also called swirl chamber) where it is ignited before spreading to the main chamber. See pre-combustion chamber.

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