Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Internal Combustion Engines (2nd Edition)

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Internal combustion engines (ICE) are the main sources of powering for almost all road vehicles, yet many other machines too. Being under strength development for a number of years, they have already reached a relatively high level of technical excellence and now they also produce acceptable output parameters. Still, they are not devoid of drawbacks. Harmful exhaust emissions can be pointed as the most important here. This problem is the main focus of interest for automotive researchers and engineers. Continuous decrease of exhaust emission limits additionally intensifies their efforts to produce more green engines and vehicles. On the other hand, rapid development of road transportation and the growth of end-users’ demands toward more and more comfortable, durable, reliable and fuel-saving vehicles unceasingly calls for improvements in engine design and technology.

Despite many attempts, replacing the internal combustion engine with other, but equally effective power source still fails. Therefore, extensive works on the improvement of internal combustion engines should be carried out and the results need to be widely published.

Section 1: Engine Fuelling, Combustion and Emission
Chapter 1: Factors Determing Ignition and Efficient Combustion in Modern Engines Operating on Gaseous Fuels
Chapter 2: Fundamental Studies on the Chemical Changes and Its Combustion Properties of Hydrocarbon Compounds by Ozone Injection
Chapter 3: Syngas Application to Spark Ignition Engine Working Simulations by Use of Rapid Compression Machine
Chapter 4: Thermodynamic Study of the Working Cycle of a Direct Injection Compression Ignition Engine
Chapter 5: The Effect of Injection Timing on the Environmental Performances of the Engine Fueled by LPG in the Liquid Phase
Section 2: Engine Design, Control and Testing
Chapter 6: Intelligent Usage of Internal Combustion Engines in Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Chapter 7: Modeling and Simulation of SI Engines for Fault Detection
Chapter 8: The Study of Inflow Improvement in Spark Engines by Using New Concepts of Air Filters
Chapter 9: Understanding Fuel Consumption/Economy of Passenger Vehicles in the Real World

Author Details
"Kazimierz Lejda"
"Paweł Woś"

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