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Diesel Fuel Injection
Unlike its spark-ignited engine counterpart, the diesel fuel injection system delivers fuel under extremely high injection pressures. This implies that the system component designs and materials should be selected to withstand higher stresses in order to perform for extended durations that match the engine’s durability targets.

5 Types of Fuel Injection System in Diesel Engine - AutoExpose
Direct injection system is a method of injecting fuel from a diesel fuel line directly into the combustion chamber (the combustion chamber is located above the piston). The main feature of this system, the injector will lead directly to the combustion chamber. So that once fuel is injected, the fuel will go straight into the combustion chamber.

Diesel Fuel Injection | HowStuffWorks
One big difference between a diesel engine and a gas engine is in the injection process. Most car engines use port injection or a carburetor. A port injection system injects fuel just prior to the intake stroke (outside the cylinder). A carburetor mixes air and fuel long before the air enters the cylinder. In a car engine, therefore, all of the fuel is loaded into the cylinder during the intake stroke and then compressed.