100% Discount || Internal Combustion Engines | ICE-2022 |

    Telegram Messenger | LinkedIn

    Internal Combustion Engines | ICE-2022 |


    • Knowledge of Basic Physics and Chemistry.


    This course studies the fundamentals of how the design and operation of internal combustion engines affect their performance, efficiency, fuel requirements, and environmental impact. Topics include fluid flow, thermodynamics, combustion, heat transfer, friction phenomena, and fuel properties, with reference to engine power, efficiency, and emissions. Students examine the design features and operating characteristics of different types of internal combustion engines: spark-ignition, diesel, stratified-charge, and mixed-cycle engines


    Fundamentals of Internal Combustion Engines

    Engine & Heat Engine

    Comparison of Internal and External combustion engines

    Pros and Cons of Internal Combustion engines

    Engine classification.

    • Classification of the Basis of Cycle of Operation
    • Classification of the Basis of Type of Fuel Used
    • Classification of the Basis of Method of Charging
    • Classification of the Basis of Type of Ignition
    • Classification of the Basis of Type of Cooling
    • Classification of the Basis of Cylinder Arrangement

    Basic engine components of  IC Engine

    Nomenclature of IC Engine

    Four-stroke Spark Ignition SI Engines (Gasoline or Otto) & P-V AND T-S Diagrams of Otto Cycle

    Four-stroke Compression Ignition CI Engines (Diesel) & P-V AND T-S Diagrams of Diesel Cycle

    Comparison of four-stroke Spark Ignition SI and Compression Ignition CI Engines

    Interactive learning of engine components and classification

    Application of IC and EC Engines.

    Comparison of Four-Stroke and Two-Stroke Engines

    Engine performance parameters

    • Indicated Thermal Efficiency
    • Brake Thermal Efficiency
    • Mechanical Efficiency
    • Volumetric Efficiency
    • Relative Efficiency
    • Mean Effective pressure
    • Mean piston speed
    • Specific Power Output
    • Specific fuel consumption
    • Fuel-air (?/?) or Air-fuel Ratio (?/?)
    • Equivalence ratio
    • Calorific Value

    Problem-based learning of Engine measurement and testing (Numerical)

    Otto cycle

    Derivation for expressions of Thermal Efficiency, Work output, and Mean

    Effective Pressure of the Air Standard Otto cycle

    Problem-based learning of the Air Standard Otto cycle (Numerical)

    Diesel cycle

    Derivation for expressions of Thermal Efficiency, Work output and Mean

    Effective Pressure of the Air Standard Diesel cycle

    Problem-based learning of the Air Standard Diesel cycle (Numerical)

    Dual cycle

    Derivation for expressions of Thermal Efficiency, Work output and Mean

    Effective Pressure of the Air Standard Dual cycle.

    Problem-based learning of the Air Standard Dual cycle (Numerical)

    Comparison of Otto, Diesel, and Dual Cycles

    Understand the Brayton Cycle

    How to do soft calculations and plotting in excel for Solving Numerical

    Why it is important to study types of fuels and their characteristics?

    Types of fuels (Solid, Liquid, and Gaseous Fuels)

    Chemical structure of Petroleum

    Important qualities of SI engine fuels

    • Volatility
    • Starting & Warm-up
    • Operating range performance:
    • Crankcase Dilution
    • Vapor Lock Characteristics:
    • Antiknock Quality
    • Gum Deposits
    • Sulphur Content

    Important qualities of CI engine fuels

    • Knock Characteristics
    • Volatility
    • Starting Characteristics
    • Smoking and Odour
    • Viscosity
    • Corrosion and Wear
    • Handling Ease

    Rating of SI & CI Engine Fuels

    The calorific value of fuel

    Why there is a need for alternate fuels?

    • Alcohol as a fuel
    • Hydrogen as a fuel
    • Natural gas as a fuel
    • LPG as fuel

    Carburetor In Internal Combustion Engines

    Factors Affecting Carburetion

    • The Engine Speed
    • Vaporization Characteristics of the Fuel
    • The temperature of Incoming Air
    • Design

    Air-Fuel Mixture Requirements

    • Idling/ Starting
    • Cruising/ Normal Power
    • Maximum Power/ Acceleration

    Components of Carburetor

    • Fuel Strainer
    • Float Chamber
    • Fuel Discharge Nozzle
    • Choke Valve
    • Throttle Valve

    Principle of Carburetion

    Deficiencies of the Elementary Carburetor

    Understand Modern Carburetor Design

    Compensating Devices

    • Air Bleed Jet
    • Compensating Jet
    • Emulsion Tube

    Types of Carburetor Based on Direction of Flow

    • Up-draught
    • Down-draught
    • Cross –draught

    Calculation of air Fuel Ratio in Carburetor

    Problem-based learning of the Carburetor (Numerical)

    Mechanical Injection Systems

    Comparison between Carburetor and Mechanical Injection Systems

    Functional Requirements of Injection Systems

    Classification of Injection Systems

    • Air Injection System
    • Solid (Airless) Injection System

    Main Components and working of Mechanical Injection Systems

    Various Fuel Injection Systems

    • Individual Pump and Nozzle Systems
    • Unit Injector System
    • Common Rail System
    • Distributor System

    Comparison of Various Fuel Injection System

    Types of Pump in Fuel Injection Systems

    • Fuel Feed Pumps
    • Injection Pumps
    • Jerk Type Pumps
    • Distributor Type Pumps

    Injection Pump Governor

    • Mechanical Governor
    • Pneumatic Governor

    Fuel Injector Assembly and its working

    Nozzle in Combustion Chamber

    Functions of Nozzle

    Types of Nozzles

    Spray formation in Combustion Chamber

    Quantity of Fuel and Size of Nozzle Orifice

    Injection in SI Engines (Continued and Time Injection)

    Combustion Process and Combustion Chambers in IC Engines

    Introduction to Combustion

    Combustion Reactions and Equations

    Calorific Valves & Homogenous mixture of air and fuel for Combustion

    Combustion in SI Engines

    Stages of Combustion in SI Engines

    Flame Front Propagation

    Factors influencing the flame speed during Combustion

    • Temperature and Pressure
    • Engine Output
    • Engine Speed
    • Engine Size

    Phenomena of Knock in SI Engines

    Effects of Engine Variables on Knocking

    • Density Factors
    • Time Factors
    • Composition Factors

    Combustion in CI Engines

    Who this course is for:

    • Engineering students and professionals who want to level up their skills.
    • This course would benefit anyone who wishes to know how an Spark and Compression Ignition engines work.

    Get this Deal

    Get this Deal

    #Internal #Combustion #Engines #ICE2022 #Get this Deal
    تخفيضات,كوبونات,كوبون,عروض,كوبون كل يوم
    Get this Deal,Get this Deal
    udemy sale,udemy for business,udemy discount,udemy gutschein,business administration,discount factor,course deutsch,course catalogue,udemy course discount,javascript courses online,javascript course,freebies,toefl speaking,excel courses online,excel courses,excel templates dashboard,software engineering course online,software engineering course,

    Related articles