DIESEL ENGINE DESIGN




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This book is based, on about twelve years' experience of Diesel Engines, mainly from the drawing-office point of view, and is intended to present an account of the main considerations  which control the design of these engines.

The author ventures to hope that, in addition to designers and draughtsmen, to whom such a book as this is most naturally addressed, there may be other classes of readers—for example, Diesel Engine users and technical students—to whom the following pages may be of interest.

The text deals mainly with general principles as exemplified by examples of good modern practice, and it has not been possible to notice every constructional novelty. Apology is perhaps called for on account of the omission of any special treatment of the stepped piston and the opposed piston types of engine. These, however, are the specialities of a comparatively limited number of manufacturers, and have been very fully described and illustrated in the technical press.

Content:-
CHAPTER I: FIRST PRINCIPLES
CHAPTER II: THERMAL EFFICIENCY
CHAPTER III: EXHAUST, SUCTION AND SCAVENGE
CHAPTER IV: THE PRINCIPLE OF SIMILITUDE
CHAPTER V: CRANK-SHAFTS
CHAPTER VI: FLY-WHEELS 
CHAPTER VII: FRAMEWORK 
CHAPTER VIII: CYLINDERS AND COVERS 
CHAPTER IX: RUNNING GEAR 
CHAPTER X: FUEL OIL SYSTEM 
CHAPTER XI: AIR AND EXHAUST SYSTEM 
CHAPTER XII: COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM 
CHAPTER XIII: VALVE GEAR
Index 

Author Details
"H. F. P. PURDAY", B.Sc, A.C.G.I. 




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