The latest stage in the evaluation of a dual fuel industrial combustion chamber is reported. The design, fitting and maintability of the cans and fuel injectors is described. The performances studied are can wall temperatures, ignition and environment air pollution. The latter cover NO, NO2, CO, unburned hydrocarbons, smoke and solids. Those have been measured over a range of engine power settings, and also over a range of water injection ratios into the combustion chambers. Full engine performance was accordingly measured.

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