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The Basic Design of Two Stroke Engines

The Basic Design of Two Stroke Engines

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The Basic Design
of
Two-Stroke Engines
Gordon
P.
Blair
The two-stroke engine continues to fascinate engineersbecause of its fuel economy, high power output, andclean emissions. Because of these optimal performancecharacteristics, the engine is on the threshold of newdevelopment, as carmakers worldwide seek to utilizetechnology resulting from two-stroke engine researchin new applications.
The Basic Design of Two-Stroke Engines
discussescurrent principles of automotive design specific to thisengine type. This authoritative publication coversfundamental areas such as gas dynamics, fluidmechanics, and thermodynamics, and offers practicalassistance in improving both the mechanical andperformance design of this intriguing engine.Contents include: Introduction to the Two-StrokeEngine; Gas Flow Through Two-Stroke Engines;Scavenging the Two-Stroke Engine; Combustion inTwo-Stroke Engines; Computer Modelling of Engines;Empirical Assistance for the Designer; Reductionof Fuel Consumption and Exhaust Emissions; Reduction of Noise Emission from Two-Stroke Engines; andComputer Program Appendix.
The Basic Design of Two-Stoke Engines
is
an essentialinformation source for automotive designers, students,and anyone seeking a better understanding of thetwo-stroke engine.
GordonP.
Blair
is
Professor
of Mechanical Engineeringat the Queen's University of Belfast.
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1-56091-008-9
GordonP.Blair
 
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The Basic Design of
Two-StrokeEngines
byGORDON
P.
BLAIRProfessor of Mechanical Engineering
The
Queen's University of BelfastPublished by:Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc.400 Commonwealth DriveWarrendale, PA 15096-0001
 
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Library of CongressCataloging-in-Publication DataBlair, Gordon P.The basic design of two-strokeengines / Gordon P. Blair,
p.
cm.
"R-104."
Includes bibliographical references.ISBN 1-56091-008-9
1.
Two-stroke cycle engines-Design andconstruction. I. Title.TJ790.B57 1990 89-48422621.43-dc20 CIPCopyright © 1990 Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc.Second printing 1993.All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America.Permission to photocopy for internal
or
personal use, or the internal or personaluse of specific clients, is granted by SAE for libraries and other users registeredwith the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC), provided that the base fee of $.50per page is paid directly to CCC, 27 Congress St., Salem, MA 01970. Specialrequests should be addressed to the SAE Publications Group.1-56091-008-9/90 $.50
The Mulled Toast
To Sir Dugald Clerk I raise my glass,his vision places him first in class.For Alfred Scott let's have your plaudits,his Squirrels drove the four-strokes nuts.To Motorradwerk Zschopau I doff my cap,their Walter Kaaden deserves some clap.Senores Bulto and Giro need a mention,their flair for design got my attention.Brian Stonebridge I allege,initialled my thirst for two-stroke knowledge.In academe I found inspirationin Crossland and Timoney and Rowland Benson.All of my students are accorded a bow,their doctoral slavery stokes our know-how.The craftsmen at Queen's are awarded a medal,their precision wrought engines from paper to metal.For support from industry I proffer thanks,their research funds educate many Ulster cranks,but the friendships forged I value moreas they span from Iwata to Winnebago's shore.To the great road-racers I lift my hat,they make the adrenalin pump pitter-pat,for the Irish at that are always tough,like Dunlop and Steenson and Ray McCullough.In case you think, as you peruse this tome,that a computer terminal is my mental home,I've motorcycled at trials with the occasional crashand relieved fellow-golfers of some of their cash.Gordon BlairMay 1989

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