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This document explains about diesel engines, and four stroke and 2 stroke engines

This document explains about diesel engines, and four stroke and 2 stroke engines

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  • 1. Diesel EnginesEnergy & Environment
  • 2. Uses of Diesel EnginesCars & Buses & Lorries Motor bikes MillsPump water from wells Agriculture equipment
  • 3. Diesel Engines Heat Kinetic ChemicalThey are very useful in areas where electricity is notreliable.
  • 4. Diesel Engines Engine Assembly Video
  • 5. Why is a Diesel Engine also known as Compression-Ignition Engine? Uses the heat of compressed air to ignite fuel which is injected into the combustion chamber. Compressed Air heats the air to 550 °C Examples ofcombustion under compression Compression-Ignition Engine does not require a spark plug like a petrol engine.
  • 6. The Internal Combustion Engine (ICEngines) 1. Fuel and air is Burns its mixed in the combustion chamber fuel inside the engine 2. Mixture pressurizes 3. Mixture ignites and expands 4. Forces the piston down 5. Turns the crankshaft that through gears turns wheels
  • 7. The Internal Combustion Engine(IC Engines)
  • 8. The External Combustion Engine (ECEngines) Fuel is burned in a boiler and then steam is carried out to the engine Steam used to force piston down Fuel is burnt outside the engine
  • 9. Two types of Internal Combustion enginesTwo Stroke Engine Fuel is burnt inside the Four Stroke Engine engine
  • 10. Four Stroke EngineMost commonly used for automotiveand industrial purposes The piston completes four separate strokes This makes two separate revolutions of the engines crankshaft ( rotating disk). This is connected to gears that often make wheels turn. The four-stroke cycle is more efficient , larger and quieter than the two-stroke cycle, but requires more moving parts and manufacturing expertise
  • 11. Essential parts of 4 stroke diesel engine Cylinder is hollow &Combustion Chamber. StationaryWhere the aircombusts due to Piston slides up andincreased pressure down in cylinder Piston rings provide aCrankshaft turns the up tight seal between theand down motion into a piston and cylinderrotating motion wall. Reduce friction and control the lubrication.
  • 12. Four Stroke Engine: Intake stroke 4. Air & Fuel enters in2. Inletvalve open 1. Piston at top 3. Piston moves down reducing pressure in cylinder
  • 13. Four Stroke Engine: Compression Stroke1. Inlet Valve 3. Air-Fuel mixtureclosed gets compressed. Heats air to 550°C 2. Piston moves up
  • 14. Four Stroke Engine: Power Stroke 1. Air-Fuel mixture2. The burning fuel puts gets so compressedpressure on piston, that it combustspushing it downwards
  • 15. Exhaust Stroke . 1. Exhaust valve opens. Exhaust gas leaves cylinder 2. This releases the pressure so the piston goes up
  • 16. Four Stroke Engine 1.Intake Stroke 2. Compression Stroke 3. Power Stroke 4. Exhaust Stroke 4 strokes means 2 revolutions of the crankshaft Video
  • 17. Operation of a Four Stroke EngineStrokes Movement Intake Valve Exhaust Action in of Piston Valve combustion chamber/ CylinderIntake Stroke Open Closed Fuel & air enters chamberCompression Closed Closed Fuel & air isStroke compressedPower Stroke Closed Closed Compressed fuel and air ignitesExhaust Closed Open Piston pushesStroke exhausts out of cylinder
  • 18. 4 Stroke Diesel EngineThe four strokes complete the engines cycle. As soon as onecycle is complete, the other beginsThe pistons move due to momentumBut to get started they need externalenergyAn electric motor or manual rotationof the crank is needed to start theengine 4 stroke engines have a dedicated lubrication system
  • 19. Two Stroke EngineIn a two stroke engine a cycle is completed in two strokes ofa piston or one complete revolution (360º) of a crankshaft. Up Down This is achieved by exhausting and recharging the cylinder at the same time
  • 20. Two Stroke Engine: Intake/ExhaustStroke No valves for exhaust and air but holes on the side of the cylinder wall. The piston covers and uncovers these holes.Exhaust Intake hole is open and air and fuel comes in. This forces exhausts out
  • 21. Two Stroke Engine: Compression Stroke Up Inlet port gets closed and Air-fuel mixture in thePiston moves chamber starts getting compressed.upwards
  • 22. Two Stroke Engine: Power Stroke Fuel combusts Down The engine is lubricated using special oil mixed with the diesel.Piston getspushed downby hot gasesThis leads tothe intake andexhaust holesbeing open andso the engineexhausts &recharges
  • 23. Two Stroke Engine Fuel combustsAir & Fuel in 2 strokes of Exhaust out piston 1 rotation of crank shaft
  • 24. Two Stroke EngineAdvantages Simple Design Less weight Easier to manufacture High power to weight ratioDisadvantagesDo not consume fuel efficiently.Produce more pollution. 2-stroke engines should be used for light vehicles that are used for short periods of time
  • 25. Vigyan Ashram Diesel Engine
  • 26. Vigyan Ashram Diesel Engine
  • 27. Vigyan Ashram Diesel Engine
  • 28. Advantages of Diesel Engines againstPetrol Engines They burn less fuel than a petrol engines performing the same work More efficient than petrol enginesThey are more reliable as less electrical partsDiesel engines last about twice as long as petrolengines due to the increased strength of parts used
  • 29. Engine Cooling SystemsTemperatures inside the engine can rise to over4,000°FSuch a high temperature will put serious stress onthe engine’s parts metal expands lubricant get thinner The pistons & cylinders is subjected to extreme stress if the heat does not escape Overheating is one of the dangers of combustion. When this happens, the engine can break down if it cannot get rid of the heat that has built up in its chambers.
  • 30. Engine Cooling Systems: Air Cooling Fans Shroud Flywheel
  • 31. Diesel Cooling Systems: Water
  • 32. Noise & Air Pollution This can cause asthma, lung cancer, and early deathDiesel produces carbondioxide, soot & nitrogenoxides Diesel contains impurities that which makes acid rain Diesel Engines can be very noisy and can disturb people and animals.
  • 33. Summary Questions1. Why is an IC engine different from an EC engine?2. What is different about petrol and diesel engines with the way they ignite fuel?3. Where would you expect to find a 4 stroke engine?4. What are some of the advantages of a 2 stroke engine and when should they be used?5. What type of pollution do we get from diesel engines?
  • 34. Trouble Shooting of Diesel Engine.Cause / Fault Remedy To Remove it.No fuel in tank Fill tank with fresh fuel.Water in fuel Drain the tank. Clean carburetor and fuel lines. Fill tank with fresh and clean fuel.Carbon in Remove the cylinder.combustion Clean carbon from head and pistonchamberLoose flywheel Check fly key Tighten flywheelLoose Replace connecting rod.connecting Rod
  • 35. Trouble Shooting of Diesel Engine. Engine Overheats Cause / Fault Remedy / To Remove it. 1 Engine improperly Time the Engine timed 2 Carburetor Adjust Carburetor improperly adjusted 3 Excessive load on Check operation of associated engine equipment Reduce excessive load. 4 Lack of Lubrication Full crankcase with proper oil.
  • 36. Trouble Shooting of Diesel EngineEngine Vibration (heavy) Cause / Fault Remedy / To Remove it.1 Engine not securely Tighten the loose mounting mounted bolts.2 Bent crankshaft Replace crankshaft3 Associated equipment out Check associated equipments of balance