Introduction to Internal Combustion Engines
Macmillan International Higher Education, Jul 25, 1985 - Internal combustion engines - 319 pages
This second edition of Richard Stone's book draws on thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, materials science and other fields of engineering. Topics include lead-free and alternative fuels, the use of ceramics and electronic engine management systems, with chapters on 2-stroke engines and computer modelling as well as case studies.
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Combustion and Fuels
Spark Ignition Engines
Compression Ignition Engines
Induction and Exhaust Processes
Mechanical Design Considerations
The Use of SI Units
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addition air/fuel ratio arrangement bearings camshaft carbon carburettor causes cent chapter charge closed combustion chamber compression ignition engines compression ratio compressor constant cooling crankshaft cycle cylinder cylinder head diagram diesel direct discussed effect efficiency emissions energy engine speed example exhaust exhaust valve expansion flame flow rate fuel economy fuel injection give greater heat heat transfer higher important improved increases indicated induction injector inlet internal combustion engines lead less limited load losses manifold mass maximum measured mechanical mixture models needed occur operating output performance piston plug possible power output pressure problems pump range reaction reduced requirements shown in figure shows spark ignition engines specific starting stroke temperature throttle turbine turbocharger turbulence typical unit usually valve volume wave