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By Richard Stone

ISBN-10: 0333793072

ISBN-13: 9780333793077

ISBN-10: 1349150797

ISBN-13: 9781349150793

This suggestions handbook has been ready to accompany the third version of the author's "Introduction to inner Combustion Engines". on the finish of a number of the questions is a dialogue, that is meant to supply worthwhile supplementary details.

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Estimate the temperature and pressure immediately after combustion. 5) Let the start of compression be state 1, the end of compression be state 2, and the end of combustion be state 3. Assuming the compression process to be adiabatic and reversible (and thus isentropic), then: with r. 91. 7 COMBUSTION AND FUELS The estimate of the temperature and pressure at the end of compression is high because of heat transfer and to a lesser extent leakage from the cylinder. 3 a more realistic exponent for the polytropic compression process.

I) (ii) By calculating the enthalpy of the exhaust flow, deduce the specific work output of the engine, and thus the overall efficiency. If the engine has a swept volume of 5 litres and a volumetric efficiency of 72 per cent (based on the air flow), calculate the power output at a speed of 1500 rpm. The ambient pressure is 1 bar. State clearly any assumptions that you make, and comment on any problems that would occur with a rich mixture. 21 The molar (or volumetric) composition of air can be assumed to be 21% oxygen and 79% nitrogen.

This is most likely to occur with highly turbocharged engines, in which the compression ratio has been reduced so as to limit the peak pressures. Such an engine is likely to be intercooled, and when this is in the engine coolant circuit, at low boost pressures there will be a very small temperature rise in the compressor, and the air will be heated by the engine coolant. The ways of eliminating knock in spark ignition engines are the opposite to those required in compression ignition engines. The techniques for eliminating knock are: 1) Use a fuel that is more resistant to self ignition (in other word it has a higher octane rating), or use additives that inhibit the self-ignition mechanism.

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