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Internal Combustion Engines Semester 6 (TE Third Year) BE Mechanical Engineering University of Mumbai Topics and Syllabus

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100.00 Module 1
101.00 Introduction
  • Heat engines; Internal and external combustion engines;
  • Classification of I.C. Engines;
  • Cycle of operations in four strokes and two-stroke IC engines and their comparative study;
  • Scavenging and scavenging blowers,
  • Air standard cycles and Fuel air cycles,
  • Variable specific heat and its effects, Dissociation and other losses,
  • Actual cycles,
  • Deviation of actual engine cycle from ideal cycle
200.00 Module 2
201.00 Spark Ignition Engines Carburators and Fuel Injection System in S I Engines
  • Carburators and fuel injection system in S I Engines :
  • Theory of carburetion, Simple carburetor,
  • Essential parts of modern carburetor,
  • Types of carburators,
  • Types of fuel injection systems in S I engines,
  • Continuous injection system,
  • Timed injection system,
  • Electronic FuelInjection systems (EFIs),
  • Advantages and disadvantages of SI engine fuel injection system
202.00 Ignition Systems
  • Spark Plug and its requirements, Battery, Magneto, Electronic ignition systems
203.00 Combustion S I Engines
  • Combustion phenomenon in SI Engines, Ignition delay,
  • Flame propagation,
  • Pressure-Crank angle diagram,
  • Abnormal combustion,
  • Auto ignition,
  • Detonation and Knocking,
  • Factors affecting combustion and detonation,
  • Types of combustion chambers
300.00 Module 3
301.00 Compression Ignition Engines Fuel Injection Systems
  • Fuel Injection Systems : Types i.e. Air injection systems,
  • Airless/solid injection systems,
  • Common rail, individual pump,
  • distributor and unit injector etc,
  • Injection pumps,
  • Fuel injector,
  • Types of nozzle,
  • Electronically controlled unit fuel injection system,
  • C I Engine Governors: necessity and characteristics
302.00 Combustion C I Engines
  • Combustion phenomenon in C I engines,
  • Stages of combustion,
  • Delay period, Knocking,
  • Pressure-Crank angle diagram,
  • Factors affecting combustion and knocking,
  • Types of combustion chambers
400.00 Module 4
401.00 Engine Lubrication
  • Types of lubricants and their properties,
  • SAE rating of lubricants,
  • Types of lubrication systems
402.00 Engine Cooling
  • Necessity of engine cooling,
  • disadvantages of overcooling, Cooling systems and their comparison: Air cooling, Liquid cooling
403.00 Supercharging/Turbo-charging
  • Objectives, Effects on power output and engine efficiency, Methods, Types, Limits
500.00 Module 5
501.00 Engine Testing and Performance
  • Measurement of BP, IP, Fuel Consumption, Air flow, BMEP,
  • Performance characteristic of SI and CI Engines,
  • Effect of load and Speed on mechanical,
  • indicated thermal,
  • break thermal and volumetric efficiencies,
  • Heat balance sheet
502.00 Exhaust Emissions
  • Exhaust gas analysis and methods, necessity, constituents, Air pollution due to engine exhaust, Pollution control devices and EURO, BHARAT standards
503.00 Fuels
  • SI and CI engine fuels, Rating of fuels,
  • Non conventional fuels: CNG, LPG, Bio-fuels, Hydrogen, Alcohol etc
600.00 Module 6
601.00 Alternative Potential Engines
  • Stratified charge engine, Wankel engine, Free-piston engine, Stirling engine, VCR engine, Dual fuel engines, Multi fuel engines.
602.00 Modern Trends in I C Engines
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