IDEAL MODELS OF ENGINE PROCESSES


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IDEAL MODELS OF ENGINE PROCESSES
IDEAL MODELS OF ENGINE PROCESSESThe sequence of processes which make up a typical SI and CI engine operating cycle has been described in Sec. 1.3. To illustrate these processes, cylinder pressure (p) and volume (V) data from a throttled four-stroke cycle SI engine are plotted as a p-V diagram in Fig. 5.1. The cycle can be divided into compression, combustion, expansion, exhaust, and intake processes. Sets of assumptions which simplify each of these processes to a form convenient for analysis are given…
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John B. Heywood: Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals, Second Edition. IDEAL MODELS OF ENGINE PROCESSES, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2018), AccessEngineering Export