In the previous article, we have discussed the Carnot cycle, the Stirling cycle and the Ericsson Cycle. The main disadvantage of the Carnot cycle is low mean effective pressure due to impracticable high pressure and the volume ratios. Nicolaus Otto proposed a constant volume heat addition cycle called Otto cycle. We are going to discuss Otto cycle in this […]
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In the previous article, we have discussed the Carnot cycle and Stirling Cycle with its efficiency. The Ericsson Cycle also resembles the Carnot cycle with the constant pressure process with the constant temperature processes. Whereas the Stirling is a constant volume with the constant temperature. Ericsson Cycle In this Ericsson Cycle, there are two Isothermal processes and two Isobaric […]
In the previous article we have discussed the Carnot cycle, and its efficiency. But the Carnot cycle has a low mean effective pressure. To increase the mean effective pressure to theoretically achieve the maximum efficiency, there are some modifications can be done to the Carnot cycle. This modified Carnot cycle is called the Stirling Cycle […]
Carnot cycle is a reversible Air Standard Cycle, where Internal Combustion Engines can be compared in terms of performance to judge the degree of perfection. So it is the perfect standard engine. Carnot Cycle Sadi Carnot is a French engineer, who first proposed the Reversible cycle in 1824. In this cycle, the working medium receives the Heat […]
We have been discussing the different internal combustion engines. Analysing these internal combustion engines processes such as the Suctions, compression, combustion and exhaust are not an easy task. So this analysis is complicated with the real thermodynamic cycle. We have to make this cycle idealised by a few assumptions in these processes. Wich is idealised cycle […]