LUBRICATION ANDIGNITION SYSTEMS
LUBRICATION                    SYSTEMSDEF OF LUBRICATION Lubrication is an art of admitting a lubricant between two surfa...
PURPOSE OF LUBRICATION To reduce friction and wear between moving parts and there by the energy loss and to increase the ...
 To provide sealing action i.e. the lubricating oil helps the piston rings to maintain an effective seal against the high...
MAIN COMPONENTSIn a reciprocating engine there are many surfaces in  contact with each other….. Main crankshaft bearings...
 Piston rings and cylinder walls Timing gears Camshaft and camshaft bearings Valve mechanism
REQUIREMENTS OF           LUBRICANTS Viscosity Physical stability Chemical stability Resistance against corrosion Pou...
TYPES OF LUBRICANTS   Animal oils   Vegetable oils   Mineral oils   Synthetic lubricants   Greases   Solid lubricants
TYPES   OF              LUBRICATION SYSTEMS Petroil lubrication system splash lubrication system pressure lubrication s...
PETROIL LUBRICATION SYSTEM Generally used for small 2-stroke engines. Simplest of all types. Certain amount of lubricat...
SPLASH              LUBRICATING SYSTEM Employed for the engines of early motor cycles. One of the cheapest method. A sc...
 When the engine runs, the scoop causes the oil to splash on the cylinder walls, each time it passes through its BDC posi...
PRESSURE LUBRICATION                              SYSTEM This system used in almost universally in modern cars engines. ...
DRY-SUMP LUBRICATION SYSTEM Mainly employed for racing car engines where they has to operate at very steep angles. Conta...
 The oil pressure is maintained at 400-500 kpa for the big end bearings while about 50- 100 kpa pressure is used for timi...
OIL STRAINERS Oil strainer is attached at the inlet of the oil pump to guard it against the entry of grit etc., It is ma...
OIL PUMPS Its function is to supply oil under pressure to the various engine parts. It is generally located inside the c...
OIL FILTERS• Used for removing the sludge and fine carbon  particles due to metal wear, especially during  the running per...
TYPES CARTRIDGE TYPE
 EDGE TYPE
IGNITION SYSTEMS
FUNCTION The function of the ignition system is to produce a spark in the engine cylinder towards the end of the compress...
REQUIREMENTS It should provide a good spark between the electrodes at the correct time. It should function efficiently o...
 It should be compact and easy to maintain. It should be cheap and convenient to handle. The interference from the high...
TYPES OF              IGNITION systems Battery ignition system. Magneto ignition system. Transistorized coil ignition s...
BATTERY           IGNITION SYSTEM Also called as an storage device. Ignition coil is the source of ignition energy. Coi...
 Storage of energy in the magnetic field is based on the inductive process. Consists of two coils of wire, one wound aro...
MAGNETO IGNITION SYSTEM It is a special type of ignition system. With its own electric generator it can provide the nece...
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TRANSISTORIZED COIL                    IGNITION                     SYSTEM Also called as high energy electronic systems....
 The cam assembly and the contact breaker are replaced by a magnetic pulse generating system. It detects the distributor...
CAPACITVE DISCHARGE             IGNITION system Capacitor is used rather than an induction coil to store the ignition ene...
The CDI trigger box contains the capacitor, thyristor power switch, charging device to convert the battery low voltage to...
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  1. 1. LUBRICATION ANDIGNITION SYSTEMS
  2. 2. LUBRICATION SYSTEMSDEF OF LUBRICATION Lubrication is an art of admitting a lubricant between two surfaces that are in contact and in relative motion.
  3. 3. PURPOSE OF LUBRICATION To reduce friction and wear between moving parts and there by the energy loss and to increase the life of the engine. To cool the surfaces by carrying away the heat generated in the engine components
  4. 4.  To provide sealing action i.e. the lubricating oil helps the piston rings to maintain an effective seal against the high pressure gases in the cylinder from leaking out into the crankcase. To clean the surfaces by washing away carbon and metal particles caused by wear.
  5. 5. MAIN COMPONENTSIn a reciprocating engine there are many surfaces in contact with each other….. Main crankshaft bearings Big end bearings Gudgeon pin bearings
  6. 6.  Piston rings and cylinder walls Timing gears Camshaft and camshaft bearings Valve mechanism
  7. 7. REQUIREMENTS OF LUBRICANTS Viscosity Physical stability Chemical stability Resistance against corrosion Pour point Flash point cleanliness Resistance against extreme pressure
  8. 8. TYPES OF LUBRICANTS Animal oils Vegetable oils Mineral oils Synthetic lubricants Greases Solid lubricants
  9. 9. TYPES OF LUBRICATION SYSTEMS Petroil lubrication system splash lubrication system pressure lubrication system Dry lubrication system
  10. 10. PETROIL LUBRICATION SYSTEM Generally used for small 2-stroke engines. Simplest of all types. Certain amount of lubricating oil is mixed with petrol; usually the ratio is 2%-3%. Due to high temperatures in the crank case, the petrol component vaporizes leaving a thin film of lubricating oil on the crank case, cylinder bearings, crankshaft and bearings
  11. 11. SPLASH LUBRICATING SYSTEM Employed for the engines of early motor cycles. One of the cheapest method. A scoop is made in the lowest part of the connecting rod and the oil is stored in the oil trough.
  12. 12.  When the engine runs, the scoop causes the oil to splash on the cylinder walls, each time it passes through its BDC position. This affects the lubrication of engine walls, gudgeon pin, main crankshaft bearings, big end bearings.
  13. 13. PRESSURE LUBRICATION SYSTEM This system used in almost universally in modern cars engines. An oil pump takes the oil from the wet sump . Delivers it through a filter to the main oil gallery at a pressure of 200 to 400 kpa. During its circulation, the oil gains heat from the various engine parts, which is given out to the sump walls.
  14. 14. DRY-SUMP LUBRICATION SYSTEM Mainly employed for racing car engines where they has to operate at very steep angles. Contains two pumps instead of one. Scavenge pump installed in the crankcase which pumps oil to a separate reservoir. From that, oil is pumped by a pressure pump through a filter to the cylinder bearings.
  15. 15.  The oil pressure is maintained at 400-500 kpa for the big end bearings while about 50- 100 kpa pressure is used for timing gears and camshaft bearings.
  16. 16. OIL STRAINERS Oil strainer is attached at the inlet of the oil pump to guard it against the entry of grit etc., It is made of ordinary wire mesh screen.
  17. 17. OIL PUMPS Its function is to supply oil under pressure to the various engine parts. It is generally located inside the crankcase below the oil level. Driven from the end of the distributor shaft.
  18. 18. OIL FILTERS• Used for removing the sludge and fine carbon particles due to metal wear, especially during the running period, particles of rust formed in the engine contaminates the oil.
  19. 19. TYPES CARTRIDGE TYPE
  20. 20.  EDGE TYPE
  21. 21. IGNITION SYSTEMS
  22. 22. FUNCTION The function of the ignition system is to produce a spark in the engine cylinder towards the end of the compression stroke
  23. 23. REQUIREMENTS It should provide a good spark between the electrodes at the correct time. It should function efficiently over the entire range of engine speed. It should be light, effective and reliable.
  24. 24.  It should be compact and easy to maintain. It should be cheap and convenient to handle. The interference from the high voltage should not affect the functioning of the radio and television receivers inside an automobile
  25. 25. TYPES OF IGNITION systems Battery ignition system. Magneto ignition system. Transistorized coil ignition system. Capacitive discharge system.
  26. 26. BATTERY IGNITION SYSTEM Also called as an storage device. Ignition coil is the source of ignition energy. Coil stores the energy in the form of magnetic field and delivers it at the instant of ignition in the form of surge of high voltage current through the high tension cables.
  27. 27.  Storage of energy in the magnetic field is based on the inductive process. Consists of two coils of wire, one wound around the other. Called as PRIMARY and SECONDARY windings.
  28. 28. MAGNETO IGNITION SYSTEM It is a special type of ignition system. With its own electric generator it can provide the necessary energy for the system. It replaces all the components of the coil ignition system except the spark plug. The magneto when rotated by the engine is capable of producing a very high voltage.
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  30. 30. TRANSISTORIZED COIL IGNITION SYSTEM Also called as high energy electronic systems. Provide a high voltage. Use electronic triggering to maintain the required timing.
  31. 31.  The cam assembly and the contact breaker are replaced by a magnetic pulse generating system. It detects the distributor shaft position and sends electrical pulses to an electronic control module. The module switches off the current flow to the primary coil, inducing a high voltage in the
  32. 32. CAPACITVE DISCHARGE IGNITION system Capacitor is used rather than an induction coil to store the ignition energy. The capacitance and charging voltage of the capacitor determine the amount of stored energy. The ignition transformer steps up the primary voltage to the high voltage required.
  33. 33. The CDI trigger box contains the capacitor, thyristor power switch, charging device to convert the battery low voltage to the charging voltage of 300v to 500v.The advantage of using this system is that it is insensitive to electrical shunts resulting from the spark plug fouling.Spark is strong but short.
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