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Mallikarjuna

The important variable factors which are used as the basis for comparison of the cycles

are compression ratio, peak pressure, heat addition, heat rejection and the net work. In

order to compare the performance of the Otto, Diesel and Dual combustion cycles,

some of the variable factors must be fixed. In this section, a comparison of these three

cycles is made for the same compression ratio, same heat addition, constant maximum

pressure and temperature, same heat rejection and net work output. This analysis will

show which cycle is more efficient for a given set of operating conditions.

The Otto cycle 1-2-3-4-1, the Diesel cycle 1-2-3'-4'-1 and the Dual cycle 1-2-2”-3”-4”-1

are shown in p-V and T-θ diagram in Fig.4.7.1 (a) and (b) respectively for the same

2' 3"

2 3'

4'

4"

4

1

Isentropic Process

Volume

(a)

Gas Power Cycles Prof. U.S.P. Shet , Prof. T. Sundararajan and Prof. J.M . Mallikarjuna

Constant Pressure 3

2' 3"

2 3'

4'

4 4"

1

constant Volume

5 Entropy 6 6"6'

(b)

From the T-s diagram, it can be seen that Area 5-2-3-6 = Area 5-2-3'-6’ = Area 5-2-2"-

3"-6" as this area represents the heat input which is the same for all cycles. All the

cycles start from the same initial state point 1 and the air is compressed from state 1 to

2 as the compression ratio is same. It is seen from the T-s diagram for the same heat

input, the heat rejection in Otto cycle (area 5-1-4-6) is minimum and heat rejection in

Diesel cycle (5-1-4'-6') is maximum.. Consequently, Otto cycle has the highest work

output and efficiency. Diesel cycle has the least efficiency and Dual cycle having the

One more observation can be made i.e., Otto cycle allows the working medium to

expand more whereas Diesel cycle is least in this respect. The reason is heat is added

before expansion in the case of Otto cycle and the last portion of heat supplied to the

Gas Power Cycles Prof. U.S.P. Shet , Prof. T. Sundararajan and Prof. J.M . Mallikarjuna

2 3'

Isentropic Process 1

Volume

(a)

3'

2

4

1

Entropy

(b)

Gas Power Cycles Prof. U.S.P. Shet , Prof. T. Sundararajan and Prof. J.M . Mallikarjuna

QR

ηotto = 1 -

QS

Where, Qs is the heat supplied in the Otto cycle and is equal to the area under the curve

2-3 on the T-s diagram [Fig.4.7.2 (b)]. The efficiency of the Diesel cycle is given by,

QR

ηDiesel = 1 -

Qs′

Where Q’s is heat supplied in the Diesel cycle and is equal to the area under the curve

2-3' on the T-s diagram [Fig.4.7.2. (b)]. From the T-s diagram in Fig.4.7.2, it is clear that

Qs > Q’s i.e., heat supplied in the Otto cycle is more than that of the Diesel cycle. Hence,

it is evident that, the efficiency of the Otto cycle is greater than the efficiency of the

Figures 4.7.3 (a) and (b) show the Otto cycle 1-2-3-4 and Diesel cycle 1-2'-3-4 on p-V

and T-s coordinates, where the peak pressure and temperature and the amount of heat

QR

ηotto = 1 -

QS

Where, Qs in the area under the curve 2-3 in Fig.4.7.3 (b). The efficiency of the Diesel cycle, 1-

2-3'-3-4 is,

QR

ηDiesel = 1 -

Qs′

Gas Power Cycles Prof. U.S.P. Shet , Prof. T. Sundararajan and Prof. J.M . Mallikarjuna

2' 3

2

4

1

Volume

(a)

2'

2 4

5 Entropy 6

(b)

It is evident from Fig.4.7.3 that Qs > Q’s. Therefore, the Diesel cycle efficiency is greater

than the Otto cycle efficiency when both engines are built to withstand the same thermal

Gas Power Cycles Prof. U.S.P. Shet , Prof. T. Sundararajan and Prof. J.M . Mallikarjuna

2' 3' 3

2 4

4'

1

Volume

(a)

3

3'

2'

2 4

4'

1

5 Entropy 6' 6

(b)

For same maximum pressure and heat input, the Otto cycle (1-2-3-4-1) and Diesel cycle

(1-2'-3'-4'-1) are shown on p-V and T-s diagrams in Fig.4.7.4 (a) and (b) respectively. It

is evident from the figure that the heat rejection for Otto cycle (area 1-5-6-4 on T-s

Gas Power Cycles Prof. U.S.P. Shet , Prof. T. Sundararajan and Prof. J.M . Mallikarjuna

diagram) is more than the heat rejected in Diesel cycle (1-5-6'-4'). Hence Diesel cycle is

more efficient than Otto cycle for the condition of same maximum pressure and heat

input. One can make a note that with these conditions, the Diesel cycle has higher

compression ratio than that of Otto cycle. One should also note that the cycle which is

having higher efficiency allows maximum expansion. The Dual cycle efficiency will be

The efficiency, η can be written as

η = =

Heat sup plied Work done + Heat rejected

Refer to T-s diagram in Fig.4.7.4 (b). For same work output the area 1-2-3-4 (work

output of Otto cycle) and area 1-2'-3'-4' (work output of Diesel cycle) are same. To

achieve this, the entropy at 3 should be greater than entropy at 3' .It is clear that the

heat rejection for Otto cycle is more than that of diesel cycle. Hence, for these

conditions, the Diesel cycle is more efficient than the Otto cycle. The efficiency of Dual

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