Method of avoiding abnormal combination in an internal combinati

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ABSTRACT:
A method of avoiding abnormal combustion, so-called knocking, in an internal combustion engine, where a parameter representative of the combustion conditions in the engine is monitored. When abnormal combustion occurs, a signal representing such abnormal combustion is generated and is used to initiate an adjustment of the engine operating conditions by lowering the engine induction pressure so as to reestablish normal combustion. There is also provided an arrangement for avoiding abnormal combustion.

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