Internal Combustion Engines

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McGraw-Hill, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 540 pages
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A to Z answers on all internal combustion engines! When you work with 4-stroke, 2-stroke, spark-ignition, or compression-ignition engines, you'll find fast answers on all of them in V. Ganesan's Internal Combustion Engines. You get complete fingertip data on the most recent developments in combustion & flame propagation, engine heat transfer, scavenging & engine emission, measurement & testing techniques, environmental & fuel economy regulations, & engine design. Plus the latest on air-standard, fuel-air, & actual cycles, fuels, carburetion, injection, ignition, friction & lubrication, cooling, performance, & more.

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This book has a very good charachteristics in the field of studying in the mechanical engineering and this is useful in the purpose of readings and calculations for the manufacturing of engine.

Contents

Introduction
1
Review of Basic Principles
43
AirStandard Cycles and Their Analysis
67
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