Introduction to Internal Combustion Engine by Richard Stone pdf Free Download

Introduction to Internal Combustion Engine by Richard Stone pdf Free Download

Introduction to Internal Combustion Engine by Richard Stone pdf Free Download

About The IC Engine Subject

The purpose of internal combustion engines is the production of mechanical
power from the chemical energy contained in the fuel. In "internal combustion engines", as distinct from external combustion engines, this energy is released by burning or oxidizing the fuel inside the engine. The fuel-air mixture before combustion and the burned products after combustion are the actual working fluids. The work transfers which provide the desired power output occur directly
between these working fluids and the mechanical components of the engine. The internal combustion engines which are the subject of this book are spark-ignition engines (sometimes called Otto engines, or gasoline or petrol engines, though other fuels can be used) and compression-ignition or diesel engines.

TABLE OF CONTENT IN INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE BY RICHARD STONE


Thermodynamic principles
Combustion and fuels
Spark Ignition Engines
Compression Ignition Engines
Induction and Exhaust Processes
Two-Stroke Engines
In-cylinder Motion and Turbulent Combustion
Turbocharging
Engine Modelling
Mechanical Design Considerations
Heat Transfer in Internal Combustion Engines
Experimental Facilities
Case Studies

BOOK DETAILS

Title: Introduction to Internal Combustion Engines
 Author: Richard Stone 
 Edition: 2nd Edition
 ISBN: 1560913908 | 978-1560913900
 Type: eBook
 Language: English



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