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Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals (Free PDF)

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Internal combustion engines date back to 1876 when Otto first developed the spark-ignition engine and 1892 when Diesel invented the compression-ignition engine. Since that time these engines have continued to develop as our knowledge of engine processes has increased, as new technologies became available, as demand for new types of engine arose, and as environmental constraints on
engine use changed. Internal combustion engines, and the industries that develop and manufacture them and support their use, now play a dominant role in the fields of power, propulsion, and energy. The last twenty-five years or so have seen an explosive growth in engine research and development as the issues of air pollution, fuel cost, and market competitiveness have become increasingly important. An enormous technical literature on engines now exists which has yet to be adequately organized and summarized.

This book has been written as a text and a professional reference in response to that need. It contains a broadly based and extensive review of the fundamental principles which govern internal combustion engine design and operation. It attempts to provide a simplifying framework for the vast and complex mass of technical material that now exists on spark-ignition and compression-ignition
engines, and at the same time to include sufficient detail to convey the real world dimensions of this pragmatic engineering field. It is the author's conviction that a sound knowledge of the relevant fundamentals in the many disciplines that contribute to this field, as well as an awareness of the extensive practical knowledge base which has been built up over many decades, are essential tools for engine research, development, and design. Of course, no one text can include everything about engines. The emphasis here is on the thermodynamics, combustion physics and chemistry, fluid flow, heat transfer, friction, and lubrication processes relevant to internal combustion engine design, performance, efficiency, emissions, and fuels requirements.

Commonly Used Symbols, Subscripts, and
Chapter 1: Engine Types and Their Operation
Chapter 2: Engine Design and Operating Parameters
Chapter 3: Thermochemistry of Fuel-Air Mixtures
Chapter 4: Properties of Working Fluids
Chapter 5: Ideal Models of Engine Cycles
Chapter 6: Gas Exchange Processes
Chapter 7: SI Engine Fuel Metering and Manifold Phenomena
Chapter 8: Charge Motion within the Cylinder
Chapter 9: Combustion in Spark-Ignition Engines
Chapter 10: Combustion in Compression-Ignition Engines
Chapter 11: Pollutant Formation and Control
Chapter 12: Engine Heat Transfer
Chapter 13: Engine Friction and Lubrication
Chapter 14: Modeling Real Engine Flow and Combustion Processes
Chapter 15: Engine Operating Characteristics
A. Unit Conversion Factors
B. Ideal Gas Relationships
C. Equations for Fluid Flow through a Restriction
D. Data on Working Fluids

Author Details
"John B.LHeywood" 
Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Director, Sloan Automotive Laboratory
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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