IC Engine & Compressors

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About the course

IC Engine and Compressors covers the basics of Engine and Real Cycle. It also discusses, in full detail, about Fuel Injection System. We cover SI and CI engine along with their Combustion Mechanism. Then we move onto Engine Cooling, Lubrication and Performance. We also discuss Advanced IC Engines along with Engine Systems and Components. Towards the end, we study basics of Lubrication and Cooling.

What will you learn?

The complete online syllabus of this course comprises 8 Learning Modules | 117 Topics of Learning | 5.21 Hours of Learning | 22 Assessments

Module

  • Engine Basics
  • Understanding of Real Cycle
  • Fuel Injection System
  • Combustion in SI and CI Engine
  • IC Engine Fuel
  • Engine Performance and Advanced IC Engine
  • Lubrication and Cooling
  • Engine Systems and Components

Topics of Learning

  • What is Carburetion?
  • Fuel Injection Systems and its Requirements
  • Spark Ignition Engine
  • Compression Ignition Engine
  • Quality of Fuels in SI Engine
  • Quality of Fuels in CI Engine
  • Rating of Fuels in SI Engine
  • Rating of Fuels in CI Engine
  • Alcohols and Vegetable oil
  • Bio-Diesel and Bio-gas
  • Natural Gas and LPG
  • Hydrogen Fuel
  • General Properties of Alternate Fuels
  • Performance,Combustion and Emission using Alternate Fuels
  • Volumetric Analysis of Dry Flue Gas
  • Determination of Excess air supply
  • Basic Parameters
  • Measurement of Fuel Consumption
  • Measurement of Exhaust Emission
  • Measurement of Brake Power
  • Measurement of Air Consumption
  • Measurement of Friction Horse Power
  • Morse Test
  • Heat Balance
  • Air Box Method
  • Need for Accuracy in Measuring Indicated Power
  • Piston Indicator
  • Balanced Diaphragm Indicator
  • High Pressure Light Spring Indicator Diagram
  • What are Fuel-Air Cycles?
  • Fuels and its types
  • Additives and its Requirements
  • A/F Ratio Neglecting Compressibility of Air
  • A/F Ratio Considering Compressibility of Air
  • Factors Affecting the Ignition Lag
  • Basic Requirements of Combustion Chamber in SI Engine
  • Design of T-type of Combustion Chamber
  • Design of L-type SI Combustion Chamber
  • Ricardo’s Turbulent Head– Side Valve Combustion Chamber
  • Design of I-type SI Combustion Chamber
  • Design of F-type SI Combustion Chamber
  • Introduction to MPFI
  • Functional Divisions of MPFI
  • Knock rating of SI Engines
  • Low, Medium and High Speed Knock
  • Anti-knock Additives
  • Basic Requirements of Combustion Chamber in SI Engine
  • Direct Injection type CI Combustion Chamber
  • Ricardo’s Swirl Chamber Indirect Injection Combustion Chamber
  • Design of Pre Combustion Chamber
  • Design of M Combustion Chamber
  • Fuel Feed Pump
  • Jerk Type Injection Pump
  • Distributor Type Pump
  • Induction Swirl
  • Compression Swirl
  • Comparison between Induction and Compression
  • Introduction to Scavenging
  • Scavenging Process
  • Scavenging Parameters
  • Scavenging Systems
  • Comparison between different Scavenging Systems
  • Scavenging Equation
  • Scavenging Pumps
  • Comparison between SI and CI Engines
  • Introduction to Dual Fuel Engines
  • Working of Dual Fuel Engines
  • Factors affecting Combustion in Dual Fuel Engines
  • Supercharged Dual-fuel Engine
  • Knocking and Performance in Dual Fuel Engines
  • Comparison Between Dual Fuel and Bi-fuel Engines
  • Introduction to Multi-Fuel Engines
  • Characteristics of Multi-Fuel Engines
  • Modification of Fuel Systems
  • Suitability of various Engines as Multifuel Engines
  • Performance of Multi-fuel Engines
  • Comparison Between Dual Fuel and Multi-fuel Engines
  • Bio-Ethanol Modification
  • Bio-Diesel Modification
  • Introduction to Free-Piston Engine
  • Chiron FP Engine
  • Stirling FP Engine
  • Single, Dual, and Opposed Piston
  • FP Gas Generators
  • Introduction to Variable Compression Engine
  • Methods of Variable compression
  • Working of Variable Compression Engine
  • Comparison between Fixed and Variable Compression Engine
  • Working of Stratified Engine
  • Features of Stratified engines
  • Homogeneous charge compression ignition engine
  • Lean Burn Engine
  • Surface ignition engine (Hot bulb engine)
  • Four Valve and Overhead cam Engines
  • Common Rail Diesel Injection
  • Introduction
  • Types of Superchargers
  • Methods of Supercharging
  • Effects of Supercharging
  • Limitations of Supercharging
  • Installation of Superchargers
  • Analysis of Superchargers
  • Performance of Superchargers
  • Introduction and Working of Turbocharger
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