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THE EFFECTS OF INCREASE THE COMPRESSION RATIO ON PERFORMANCE OF A DIESEL ENGINE

By Adnan PARLAK

Abstract

An optimisation of the Diesel cycle has been performed for power output and thermal efficiency with respect to compression ratio for various extreme temperature ratio. The relation between compression ratio and extreme temperature ratio, which gives optimum performance is derived. As the compression ratio of the diesel engine is increased in comparison to the optimum value of the engine, it is shown that the performance of the engine is decreased. The experimental study agrees with these results. In this study, compression ratio of a single cylinder pre-combustion chamber variable compression ratio Ricardo E6 type engine with the optimum compression ratio of 18.20 was increased to 19.60. As a results of this increase, specific fuel consumption was increased about 8 % and brake thermal efficiency was decreased about 7.5 %

Topics: Sıkıştırma oranı, Çevrim analizi, Diesel motoru, Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General), TA1-2040
Publisher: Pamukkale University
Year: 2003
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:85138ea76dfc4ce2a9dc1a5b878bc3a9
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