TWO STROKE PETROL ENGINE PDF

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2. Based on fuel used. 1. Diesel engine 2. Petrol engine 3. Gas engine. Diesel engine – Diesel is used as fuel. Petrol engine – Petrol is used as fuel. A two-stroke, or two-cycle, engine is a type of internal combustion engine which Two-stroke petrol engines are preferred when mechanical simplicity, light .. 3. raudone.info 4. "Lotus. combustion of fuel such as coal, petrol, diesel generates heat. SI Engine. Two Stroke. Four Stroke Two Stroke. Four Stroke. Spark Ignition (Carburettor Type).


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SUB: INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE TOPIC: 2 stroke petrol engine Shri S'ad Vidya Mandal Institute of Technology Prepared by: KADVA. 2 Stroke Petrol Engine - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. construction and working of 2- stroke petrol / diesel engine. A two-stroke (or two-cycle) engine is a type of internal combustion engine which completes a Two-stroke petrol engines are preferred when mechanical simplicity, light weight, and high .. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version.

Applications of Internal Combustion Engines: The main applications of I. Four stroke petrol engine- light vehicles such as cars, jeeps, motor bikes, and small generating sets etc.

Two stroke petrol engines- very light vehicles such as scooters, mopeds, three wheelers and portable crop sprayers etc. Noise Wear and tear Scavenging Fuel consumption. Moving parts Mechanical efficiency Thermal efficiency 9. Two stroke diesel engine. Weight and size Turning moment Flywheel size Construction 6.

Comparison between 2. Four stroke diesel engine. Criteria of comparison Power stroke 4. Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles. Jump to Page. Search inside document.

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Shivi Sharma. Saisree Bhavya. Popular in Two Stroke Engine. Lize Brink. Paul Martin. There are different phases taking place in the crankcase and in the cylinder bore at the same time. That is how a two-stroke engine completes a power cycle in only degrees of crankshaft rotation compared to a four-stroke engine which requires degrees of crankshaft rotation to complete one power cycle. This pressurizes the crankcase causing the reed valve to close.

At about 90 degrees after TDC the exhaust port opens ending the power stroke.

A pressure wave of hot expanding gasses flows down the exhaust pipe. The blow-down phase has started and will end when the transfer ports open. The pressure in the cylinder must blow-down to below the pressure in the crankcase in order for the unburned mixture gasses to flow out the transfer ports during the scavenging phase. The scavenging phase has begun. Meaning that the unburned mixture gasses are flowing out of the transfers and merging together to form a loop.

The gasses travel up the back side of the cylinder and loops around in the cylinder head to scavenge out the burnt mixture gasses from the previous power stroke. It is critical that the burnt gasses are scavenged from the combustion chamber, in order to make room for as much unburned gasses as possible. That is the key to making more power in a two-stroke engine. The more unburned gasses you can squeeze into the combustion chamber, the more the engine will produce. Now the loop of unburned mixture gasses have traveled into the exhaust pipe's header section.

The gasses aren't lost because a compression pressure wave has reflected from the end of the exhaust pipe, to pack the unburned gasses back into the cylinder before the piston closes off the port. This is the unique super-charging effect of two-stroke engines. The compression wave reflected from the exhaust pipe is packing the unburned gasses back in through the exhaust port as the piston closes off the port the start the compression phase.

In the crankcase the pressure is below atmospheric producing a vacuum and a fresh charge of unburned mixture gasses is flowing through the reed valve into the crankcase.

Half of the cylinders are located on one side of the crankshaft and the other half on other side. This makes a car more stable due to lower centre of gravity.

Inline: Inline have cylinders on top of the crankshaft. They stand in line at a vertical 90 degrees. Inline engines can run smooth and provide a lot of power.

V — Type: The cylinders are located on opposite side of the crankshaft and are elevated up a varying amount of degrees depending on the manufacturer. W — type: W —type work well for a large number of cylinders because everything become more compact and shorter. These are found in few cars.

The engines are classified based on combustion ignition , fuel used, cooling, application and construction. Based on the combustion type: 1. External combustion engine.

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Internal combustion engines. Based on fuel used : 1. Diesel engines 2.

Petrol engines 3. Based on cooling system: 1. Air cooled engines 2. Liquid cooled engines Based on applications: 1. Stationary engine 2.

Rocket engine 3. Automobile engine Based on construction: 1. Inline engines 2. Opposed engines 3. Rotary engine 4.

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V-engines 5. The throttle accelerator linkage does not directly control the flow of liquid fuel. Instead, it actuates carburetor mechanisms which meter the flow of air being pulled into the engine. The speed of this flow, and therefore its pressure, determines the amount of fuel drawn into the airstream.

When carburetors are used in aircraft with piston engines, special designs and features are needed to prevent fuel starvation during inverted flight. Later engines used an early form of fuel injection known as a pressure carburetor. FIG 2. The fuel jets are much smaller and limited mainly by viscosity, so that the fuel flow tends to be proportional to the pressure difference.

So jets sized for full power tend to starve the engine at lower speed and part throttle. Most commonly this has been corrected by using multiple jets.

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In SU and other movable jet carburetors, it was corrected by varying the jet size. For cold starting, a different principle was used in multi-jet carburetors. A flow resisting valve called a choke, similar to the throttle valve, was placed upstream of the main jet to reduce the intake pressure and suck additional fuel out of the jets.

The pipe is in the form of a venturi: it narrows in section and then widens again, causing the airflow to increase in speed in the narrowest part. Below the venturi is a butterfly valve called the throttle valve — a rotating disc that can be turned end-on to the airflow, so as to hardly restrict the flow at all, or can be rotated so that it almost completely blocks the flow of air.

The throttle is connected, usually through a cable or a mechanical linkage of rods and joints or rarely by pneumatic link, to the accelerator pedal on a car or the equivalent control on other vehicles or equipment. Fuel is introduced into the air stream through small holes at the narrowest part of the venturi and at other places where pressure will be lowered when not running on full throttle. Fuel flow is adjusted by means of precisely calibrated orifices, referred to as jets, in the fuel path FIG2.

Such as motor cycles , scooters ,lawn mowers etc. Similarly modifications in a two stroke petrol engine are made to increase the power output of the engine.

Higher air flow rate enters the intake port resulting higher air-fuel rate burn thus increased the performance of the engine. Modifying the intake port has many types and rules.

It is such as porting and polishing. All modifiers, modified cylinder head to have an increasing increment of horsepower and air- flow and thus the engine efficiency will be increase too. This porting process to the cylinder heads and intake ensures that the flow mixture enters the cylinder head chamber with the maximum amount of velocity. The higher flow restriction in any engines is within the cylinder head.

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Porting is needed for reducing the flow restriction at the particular area to increase performance of the engine compare with the same engine with same displacement. Higher the flow entered will causing increasing velocity of the air-flow and at the same time the performance in case of horsepower will also affected.

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US EPA. All functions are controlled solely by the piston covering and uncovering the ports as it moves up and down in the cylinder. There are several experimental designs intended for automobile use:

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