Course:Understanding the Basics of I C Engine Lesson 2 Oto Cycle Presented by : Harshit Aggarwal

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AIR STANDARD CYCLES (IDEAL I C ENGINE CYCLE) . Assumptions Air is the working fluid and it is assumed as an ideal gas. 2. The specific heat remain constant 3. The working fluid does nof undergo any chemical change 4. The working fluid is of fixed mass 5. All the processes are reversible. 3 The working fluid does nat undergo any chemicalichange

OTTO CYCLE (CONSTANT VOLUME CYCLE) 3 3 2 OR 3-4 Reversible Adiabatic expansion .1-2: Reversible Adiabatic compression (Isentropic) 2-3 : Constant volume heat addition ( PV = mRT PV T ) . 4-1 : Constant volume heat rejection

EFFICIENCY OF OTTO CYCLE . 1-2 Reversible Adiabatic compression (Isentropic) 2-3 : Constant volume heat addition ( PV = mRT PV T ) 3-4 Reversible Adiabatic expansion . 4-1: Constant volume heat rejection -GA Ss L-2: Adiabatic Process f-1 ,T-

B-H: Adiabatic Process =(x) =(x) efficienc, T(increasi T (T Compression Tari x Compression rahio _ - 2

MEAN EFFECTIVE PRESSURE Mean EffechM.E.P It is an imaginary or hypothetical constant pressure during expansion which produces same work as that of actual cycle. M.E.P indicates net work output for a given swept volume. Greater the M.E.P greater is the work output same work dhence greater is th P,n= , fr a given swept volume w

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Ruby Saini

a year ago

thanku sir

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ANOOP KUMAR

4 years ago

in process 2-3 we add fuel in the system then how mR is constant mass in the system changes due to addition of mass of external fuel

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