0 Up votes0 Down votes

1 views5 pagesice

Mar 22, 2018

© © All Rights Reserved

DOCX, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd

ice

© All Rights Reserved

1 views

ice

© All Rights Reserved

- Evaluation of Wright Flyer's Engine
- Heat Engines for Basic Mechanical Engineering
- K+Motor+ISUZU.pdf
- 4 Stroke Diesel
- STS, The Diesel Engine
- CONVERGE Bibliography
- d4aengine 150210124634 Conversion Gate01
- 04-Idealized Cycles and Processes
- Tb4je We 0115ph Engine
- Braking System
- 5-Engine thermodynamiLecture-5.pdf
- 0D_1D model
- CT400 English
- Diesel Engines.ppt
- 3_ IC
- PROJECT WORK 2.docx
- HCCI
- Full_Paper_No_38_M_2_DoE Analysis of the NOx SFOC Trade-Off in 2stroke Marine Engine
- Compression Ratios
- 1735251a3acf2cea48984b2427ecc8ef

You are on page 1of 5

Theory

1. What do u mean by air standard cycle? List assumptions for air standard cycle & give

reasons why air standard cycle differs from actual cycle.

2. Derive an equation of efficiency, work output and mean effective pressure for Otto cycle.

3. Derive an equation of efficiency, work output and mean effective pressure for Diesel

cycle.

Examples

1. An engine working on Otto cycle has the following condition: Pressure at the beginning

of compression is 1 bar and pressure at the end of compression is 11 bar. Calculate the

compression ratio and air-standard efficiency of the engine. Assume 𝛾 = 1.4.

2. In an Otto cycle air at 17 ℃ and 1 bar is compressed adiabatically until the pressure is 15

bar. Heat is added at constant volume until the pressure rises to 40 bar. Calculate the air-

standard efficiency, the compression ratio and the mean effective pressure for the cycle.

Assume 𝐶𝑝 = 1.004 𝑘𝐽/𝑘𝑔𝐾 and R = 8.314 kJ/kmol K.

3. In an S.I. engine working on the Otto cycle, compression ratio is 5.5. The pressure and

temperature at the beginning of compression are 1 bar and 27 ℃ respectively. The peak

pressure is 30 bar. Determine the pressure and temperature at the salient points, the air

standard efficiency and mean effective pressure. Assume ratio of specific heats to be 1.4

for air.

4. A spark ignition engine working on ideal Otto cycle has the compression ratio 6. The

initial pressure and temperature of air are 1 bar and 37 ℃. The maximum pressure in the

cycle is 30 bar. For unit mass flow, calculate

a. P, V and T at various salient points

b. The ratio of heat supplied to heat rejected

Assume 𝛾 = 1.4, R = 8.314 kJ/kmol K

5. A Diesel engine has a compression ratio of 20 and cut takes place at 5 % of the stroke.

Find the air standard efficiency. Assume 𝛾 = 1.4.

6. In an engine working on Diesel cycle inlet pressure and temperature are 1 bar and 17 ℃

respectively. Pressure at the end of adiabatic compression is 35 bar. The ratio of

expansion i.e. after constant pressure heat addition is 5. Calculate heat addition, heat

rejection and efficiency of the cycle. Assume 𝛾 = 1.4, 𝐶𝑝 = 1.004 𝑘𝐽/𝑘𝑔𝐾 and 𝐶𝑝 =

0.717 𝑘𝐽/𝑘𝑔𝐾.

7. The initial conditions for an air standard Diesel cycle operating with a compression ratio

of 15:1 are 0.95 bar and 17 ℃. The heat added is 1800 kJ/kg. Calculate the pressure and

temperature at the end of each process of the cycle, also determine thermal efficiency

and mean effective pressure of the cycle.

INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES (2161902)

SSASIT, SURAT

8. A compression ignition engine working on Diesel cycle operates at a compression ratio

of 15 using Diesel oil of 42000 kJ/kg. The inlet pressure and temperature are 1 bar and

300 K. The air-fuel ratio is 21. Calculate for air standard cycle

a. The temperature and pressure at the salient points.

b. The air standard efficiency and

c. Mean effective pressure.

Theory

1. Enlist the assumptions which are made for fuel-air cycle analysis.

2. Explain the phenomenon of dissociation. Also explain its effect on maximum temperature

and power.

3. Explain following:

a. Burning time loss factor

b. Heat loss factor

c. Pumping and friction loss factor

Examples

1. What will be the effect of percentage change in the efficiency of Otto cycle having a

compression ratio of 8, if the specific heat at constant volume increases by 1.1 percent?

Ans: -0.704%

2. Calculate the percentage change in efficiency of air standard Otto cycle having a

compression ratio of 7, if the specific heat at constant volume increases by 2 %.

Ans: -1.32%

3. The following particulars relate to a Diesel cycle:

Compression ratio = 18, cut-off = 5% of stroke, mean specific heat Cv for cycle = 0.71 kJ/kg

K, characteristic gas constant = 0.285 kJ/kg K. If the mean specific heat for the air

standard cycle increases by 2% determine the percentage change in the air standard

efficiency.

Ans: -1.147%

4. What will be the effect on the efficiency of a diesel cycle having a compression ratio of 20

and a cut-off takes place at 8% of the swept volume, if the Cv increases by 1%. Take Cv =

0.717 kJ/kg K and R = 0.287 kJ/kg K.

Ans: -1.197%

5. A petrol engine using a compression ratio 7 and air-fuel ratio of 15:1 has the pressure

and temperature at the end of suction stroke as 1 bar and 57°C respectively. The fuel used

has a calorific value of 44000 kJ/kg. Compression follows the law p V constant and

1.33

4

specific heat at constant volume is given by the relation, CV 0.718 2.110 T , where ‘T’

INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES (2161902)

SSASIT, SURAT

is in Kelvin. Determine the maximum pressure and temperature in the cylinder and

compare this value with that of constant specific heat, Cv = 0.718 kJ/kg K.

Ans: (T = 2918.4 K & 4457.3 K, P = 61.904 bar & 94.54 bar)

6. A Diesel engine uses a compression ratio of 16 and at the end of compression the

temperature of the air is 1100 K. Now the air is supplied at constant pressure by burning

fuel of calorific value of 44200 kJ/kg K and the fuel-air ratio is 0.04:1. Specific heat at

constant volume T is given as: CV 0.72 2104 T where ‘T’ is in Kelvin. Determine the

maximum temperature in the cylinder and compare this value with that of constant

specific heat, Cv = 0.72 kJ/kg K.

Ans: (T = 2356.7 K & 2788.18 K)

7. In an oil engine, working on dual combustion cycle the temperature and pressure et the

beginning of compression are 87°C and 1 bar. The compression ratio is 14:1. The heat

supplied per kg of air is 1700 kJ, half of which is supplied at constant volume and half at

constant pressure. Take Cv = 0.718 + 2.1 X 10-4 T, where T is in Kelvin. Calculate

(i) The maximum pressure in the cycle

(ii) The percentage of stroke at which cut-off occurs.

Ans: (i) 73.22 bar (ii) 2.42 %

Assignment-3 Combustion

1. Explain construction and working of Junker’s gas calorimeter with neat sketch.

Theory

1. Explain with neat sketch working Simple Carburettor. Also explain Drawback and

application of simple Carburettor.

2. With neat sketch explain working principle and constructional detail of Bosch fuel

injection pump.

3. Describe different types of injection nozzles and discuss their relative advantages and

disadvantages.

4. What is the function of carburetor? What is carburetion

Examples

1. A petrol engine consumes 7.5 kg of petrol per hour. The specific gravity of the fuel is 0.75.

The air temperature is 25° C. The air fuel ratio is 15. The choke tube has a diameter of 22

mm. Calculate the diameter of the fuel jet of a simple carburetor. Top of the jet is 4 mm

above the petrol level in the float chamber. Take coefficient of discharge as 0.82 and 0.7

for air and fuel respectively. Atmospheric pressure = 1.013 bar.

INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES (2161902)

SSASIT, SURAT

2. The venture of a simple carburetor has a throat diameter of 20 mm and the coefficient of

air flow is 0.85. The fuel orifice has a diameter of 1.25 mm and the coefficient of fuel flow

is 0.66. The petrol surface is 5 mm below the throat. Find

a) the air-fuel ratio for a pressure drop of 0.07 bar when the nozzle lip is neglected;

b) the air-fuel ratio when the nozzle lip is taken into account;

c) the minimum velocity of air or critical air velocity required to start the fuel flow

when nozzle lip is provided.

Take density of air and fuel as 1.2 and 750 kg/m3 respectively.

1. Explain Ignition Requirement. Explain the working of battery ignition system. State its

advantages and disadvantages over magneto ignition system.

2. Describe a high tension magneto ignition system and compare its advantages and

disadvantages with a coil ignition system.

3. State the various methods of governing of IC engines and discuss any one of them.

Assignment – 6 Supercharging

1. Define Supercharging And Give Its Advantage And Disadvantage. Give Limitation Of

Supercharging.

2. Which are the supercharging limitation for SI engine and CI engine?

3. Explain method of supercharging.

4. What do you mean by turbo charging? Write advantage and limitation of turbo charging.

1. What do you understand by knock in S.I. Engines? Explain this phenomenon? How does

the knock in S.I. Engines differ from the knock in C.I. Engines?

2. Explain with neat sketch Combustion stages in S. I. Engine. Also define Auto ignition

Temperature.

3. What are basic requirements of good spark ignition engine combustion chamber and

general principles of spark ignition combustion chamber

4. Explain the phenomenon of diesel knock. Compare it with the phenomenon of detonation

in SI engine.

1. Explain with neat sketch splash lubrication system.

2. What are the different methods of cooling I.C. engine? Compare different methods.

INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES (2161902)

SSASIT, SURAT

Assignment-9 Measurement and Testing of IC engines

Theory

1. Explain the Methods of obtaining Friction Power and explain any one of them in details.

2. Explain the importance of engine testing.

Example

1. In a Morse test with four cylinder four stroke petrol engine, the following data were

obtained for a particular setting and speed.

Brake power with all cylinders working = 32.0

Brake power with no. 1 cylinder cut out = 21.6

Brake power with no. 2 cylinder cut out = 22.3

Brake power with no. 3 cylinder cut out = 22.5

Brake power with no. 4 cylinder cut out = 23.0

Estimate the indicated power of the engine and its mechanical efficiency.

2. A 4-cylinder, 4-stroke petrol engine 6 cm bore and 9 cm stroke was tested at constant

speed. The fuel supply was fixed to 0.13 kg/min and plugs of 4-cylinders were

successively short-circuited without change of speed. The power measurements were as

follows:

With all cylinder working=16.25 kw

With No.1st cylinder cut-off=11.55 kw

With No.2nd cylinder cut-off =11.65 kw (BP)

With No.3rd cylinder cut-off =11.70 kw (BP)

With No.4th cylinder cut-off =11.50 kw (BP)

Find (a) The IP of engine (b) Mechanical efficiency (c) Indicated thermal efficiency if CV

of fuel used is 42000 kJ/kg and (d) Find the relative efficiency on IP bases assuming

clearance vol. =60 cm3

3. The following observations were recorded from test on a single cylinder four stroke oil

engine cylinder bore =150mm, engine stroke =250mm engine speed 420rpm, brake

torque=217Nm, fuel consumption 2.95 kg/h, calorific value of fuel=44000KJ/Kg cooling

1. Write brief notes on: Euro Norms and Testing of IC engine as per IS.

2. What are the major pollutants from the exhaust of gasoline &diesel engines? What are

the detrimental effects of these pollutants?

3. Write down Bharat Stages of emission norms in brief for cars and two wheelers.

4. Explain different methods of measurement of pollutants in exhaust gases.

INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES (2161902)

SSASIT, SURAT

- Evaluation of Wright Flyer's EngineUploaded byaerobox
- Heat Engines for Basic Mechanical EngineeringUploaded byJigar Mevada
- K+Motor+ISUZU.pdfUploaded byManuel Clemente Cañamero Alonso
- 4 Stroke DieselUploaded byAbdul Anis
- STS, The Diesel EngineUploaded byanilthedon
- CONVERGE BibliographyUploaded byabeytofirkyalu
- d4aengine 150210124634 Conversion Gate01Uploaded byHunter Moon
- 04-Idealized Cycles and ProcessesUploaded bySudipta Paul
- Tb4je We 0115ph EngineUploaded bytuannholtt
- Braking SystemUploaded bymegaspice
- 5-Engine thermodynamiLecture-5.pdfUploaded byAnshu Bhatia
- 0D_1D modelUploaded byrajeev50588
- CT400 EnglishUploaded bysady1967
- Diesel Engines.pptUploaded byMohamed Elhossieny
- 3_ ICUploaded byمصطفى العبادي
- PROJECT WORK 2.docxUploaded bySindhur
- HCCIUploaded byAnbu Sachinist
- Full_Paper_No_38_M_2_DoE Analysis of the NOx SFOC Trade-Off in 2stroke Marine EngineUploaded byAmocoCadiz
- Compression RatiosUploaded byraghuveerc
- 1735251a3acf2cea48984b2427ecc8efUploaded byHla Min Htun
- Influnce of Alcohol Blend on EmissionUploaded byBDCOE
- DieselUploaded byArundevSArundevS
- Investigating the Effect of Crevice Flow on Internal CombustionUploaded bycata_alex_munt
- V2I11-IJERTV2IS110212Uploaded byHarshit Saxena
- heat enginesUploaded byCollege Boys
- Experimental Investigation on Performance of Pre-Mixed Charge Compression Ignition EngineUploaded byAnonymous izrFWiQ
- TF4JJ-.pdfUploaded byDelia Maribel Velez Cueva
- AGM 314Uploaded byproskos pantelis
- Ic EnginesUploaded bynikharramnani
- Two Stroke RotaryUploaded bycolleyjh

- Computer Repairing RequestUploaded byRushabh Patel
- ManuUploaded byRushabh Patel
- 2131904_MSM_Manual_02072016_035354AMUploaded byPraveen Singh
- 5. pin finUploaded byRushabh Patel
- 4. emissivityUploaded byRushabh Patel
- 2.ice conveUploaded byRushabh Patel
- 1. Composite WallUploaded byRushabh Patel
- 0.HMT 1-3Uploaded byRushabh Patel
- Fpe Winter 2017Uploaded byRushabh Patel
- Efp SolutionUploaded byRushabh Patel
- T PatelUploaded byRushabh Patel
- Student Upload Sample 1yUploaded byRushabh Patel
- Triz FINALUploaded byRushabh Patel
- 02-08-2018Uploaded byRushabh Patel
- 2131005Uploaded byRushabh Patel
- yzuw44zytuwembty2y9u-signature-4aa7d94a378fffb4ecb5482841aaed28609995562df1f578fa49773d4cacc280-poli-170324085346Uploaded byRushabh Patel
- Dead Stock Verification ofUploaded byRushabh Patel
- 403Uploaded byRushabh Patel
- Viva EntryUploaded byRushabh Patel
- fhtUploaded byRushabh Patel
- 5thUploaded byRushabh Patel
- 0Faculty DetailUploaded byRushabh Patel
- Mech1Uploaded byRushabh Patel
- 3rd semUploaded byRushabh Patel
- 2990001Uploaded byRushabh Patel

- Dominar 400 Spare Parts CatalogueUploaded byAkshaya
- CATERPILLAR 3054Uploaded byMas Inyeccion Electronica
- Design Modification and Analysis of Exhaust Valve in Single Cylinder SI Engine to Improve its TorqueUploaded byIJIRST
- 3. literature review.docxUploaded byrishikesh
- AEHS Presentation 2012 05 08Uploaded byTuckct
- Cape Air 402C systems infoUploaded byNorge Maninski
- 202500839-Yamaha-SHO-Service-Manual.pdfUploaded byJC A. Gomes
- trator6145j-150715161258-lva1-app6892.pdfUploaded byPats Peças Tornearia Silveira
- Compressor Part ListUploaded byHamzaNouman
- RR300Uploaded bymangeshbramhe
- Module 15, Gas Turbine EngineUploaded bySohail Rana
- 4FUEL_INJECTION_PUMP.DOCUploaded byJoko Sukariono
- PULSAR_180_UG3.pdfUploaded byCristian Barboza
- 2000_Yamaha_SRX700Uploaded byJeff Mootrey
- Turboexpander TcUploaded by09021982
- The use of blend methanol at High Compression Ratio in spark-ignition engineUploaded byInternational Journal for Scientific Research and Development - IJSRD
- 2003 _sxv_rxv_450_550_technicalUploaded byAntonino Scordato
- Katalog_Ural-Zentrale_fuer_Side Valve Engine [PDF Search Engine]Uploaded bysontskts
- Jetta Water Pump ReplacementUploaded bySaiyan Broly
- Delphi Pump Test Plans 4 WebUploaded byAspro Brazil Se Iglesias
- Solved ProblemsUploaded byMichaelle Angela Arnedo
- Yanmar 4TNV84T (Himoinsa 28kVA)Uploaded byomarpat
- Isx Cm870 Sensors - Copy 1Uploaded byUglyoldman
- codigos de falla MB.pdfUploaded byJose Pimentel N
- Competence 8Uploaded byGlënnLibönTäbiölö
- W Engines _ Seminar Report, PPT, PDF for Mechanical.pdfUploaded bysoonu kumar bharti
- Mds Inst2003 LrUploaded byOlavo Pastore
- Hydraulic Cylinder Liner PullerUploaded byLogeshMech
- Manual_Hatz_1B20-30-40_E (1)Uploaded byazlan
- p-FJ1200A AC 1990Uploaded byJørgen Kristensen

## Much more than documents.

Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers.

Cancel anytime.