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Engine Introduction (in Hindi)
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This lesson is all about the introduction of engine

Shivam Gupta
YouTuber : 3 times GATE qualified🏆 : ESE written qualified : PSU's qualified : Mechanical lover 🏅: musician : model : all Rounder 🥇

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sir how we can make notes of it
sir I have question which is of knocking . with increase of load in CI engine what will happen to knocking whether it will increase or decrease
Shivam Gupta
9 months ago
Dear Suraj with increasing the load the detonation will increase in CI engine.
  1. SISCIENGINES By: shivam qupta


  2. About Me. . I am Shivam Gupta .Engineering in MECHANICAL STREAM Cleared 3 times GATE exam, UPSC CAPF AC, UPSC CDS,AFCAT and Engineering services written exam Love teaching , music and travelling. RATE,REVIEW, RECOMMEND AND SHARE . Follow me at :https://unacademy.com/user/Shivamgupta01


  3. Energy 1 Energy 2 Engine is a device which converts one form of energy into other useful form. Ex:- Heat engine


  4. Heat Engine Chemical energy- Heat energy - - Mechanical energy In Heat Engine, chemical energy of the fuel is converted into heat energy & subsequently this heat energy is converted into useful form of mechanical energy. i.e. (Power)


  5. ENGINE INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE : EXTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE


  6. ENGINE In an External combustion engine, the products of the combustion transfer the heat to working fluid, through the engine wall or a heat exchanger whereas in Internal combustion engine the products of combustion produces the power directly in the same cylinder.


  7. Advantages of IC Engine over EC Engine :- Mechanical simplicity . Low initial cost (boiler absent) . Lower weight to power ratio . Higher efficiency


  8. IC ENGINE: Spark ignition engine :- SI Engine Compression ignition engine :- CI Engine 5*


  9. Spark plug or fuel injector Engine nomenclature :- Valve Top ead center Clearance volume Bore Cylinder wall Stroke Bottom dead center Piston Reciprocating motion Crank mechanism Rotary motion


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