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Automobile

  1. 1. Presentation onAutomobiles Naveen Sihag B.Tech(CS)
  2. 2. Contents. Introduction Summary of automobiles. The First Mast Produced Car Necessity of cars Different models of cars Efficiency Transmission and its modes Brakes Heat pumps. Heat engines.
  3. 3. Introduction Automobiles plays a very vital role in our daily life, a person who wants to sustain in this world must have to be aware of these facts,and auto- mobiles are the one those major things in which a single word “technology” is dominating completely .Modern technologies are introduced in automobiles to increase their efficiences as well as their looks, and now if you have drunked ,then the car don’t allow you to sit over the driver’s seat and let you drive.
  4. 4. Summary About Automobiles• Cylinders expand hot gas to do work• Uses the flow of heat from hot burnedgases to cold atmosphere to producework• Energy efficiency is limited bythermodyn.• Higher temperatures increaseefficiency
  5. 5. The first mast produce car. This to your right is the model T. The first mast produce car. Henry Ford designed this car which was one of the most popular of it’s time. It made going from point a to point b a lot easier than a horse and buggy.
  6. 6. Why are cars important today? Car are so important today because they are what we use for transportation. If we did not have cars we would not be able to just go down to the store you would have to walk to the store and back with what you bought that would be a pain.
  7. 7. Old and New Ford vehicles  The car in the top left corner is a 1967 Shelby GT 500  The car in the lower left corner is a picture of a 2005 Ford GT
  8. 8. Old and New Chevys In the top right corner is a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS. On your bottom right is a 2004 SSR.
  9. 9. Old and New Dodges  To your top left is a 2004 dodge viper.  At the your bottom left is a dodge charger.
  10. 10. New and Old Pontiacs In the top right is a 2004 gto. In the bottom right is a 1970 gto you can see how much technology has improved.
  11. 11. EFFICIENCY Definition and it dependance • As the temperature difference between hot and cold increases. – Heat’s change in entropy increases. – A heat pump becomes less efficient. – A heat engine becomes more efficient.
  12. 12. TRANSMISSION• Changes force/distance (actuallytorque/rotation rate) relationshipsbetweenthe engine and the wheels• Two basic types– Manual: clutch and gears– Automatic: fluid coupling and gears
  13. 13. Manual Transmission• Clutch uses friction to convey torquefromengine to drive shaft Opening clutch decouples engine andshaftClosing clutch allows engine to twistshaft• Gears control mechanical advantage
  14. 14. Automatic Transmission Fluid coupling uses moving fluid to convey torque to drive shaft Engine turns impeller (fan) that pushes fluid Moving fluid spins turbine (fan) and drive shaft Decoupling isn’t required Gears control mechanical advantage
  15. 15. Top view
  16. 16. Hydraulic automobile
  17. 17. Electric automobiles.
  18. 18. HEAT PUMPS • A heat pump transfers some heat from cold to hot, against the natural flow, as it converts useful work into heat – Reverse heat flow decreases entropy – Converting work to heat increases entropy • Entropy doesn’t decrease • Some heat flows from cold to hot
  19. 19. HEAT ENGINE A heat engine diverts some heat as it flows naturally from hot to cold and converts that heat into useful work – Natural heat flow increases entropy – Converting heat to work decreases entropy Entropy doesn’t decrease Some heat becomes work
  20. 20. Engine, Step 1 • Fuel and air mixture after induction stroke • Pressure = Atmospheric • Temperature = Ambient Engine, Step 1
  21. 21. Engine, Step 2• Fuel/airmixtureafter compressionstroke• Pressure = High• Temperature = Hot
  22. 22. ENGINE STEP 3• Burned gases after ignition • Pressure = Very high • Temperature = Very hot
  23. 23. Diesel Engine• Uses compression heatingto ignite fuel– Squeezes pure air to highpressure/temperature– Injects fuel into airbetween compression andpowerstrokes– Fuel burns upon entry intosuperheated air• Power stroke extracts workfrom burned gase
  24. 24. Internal Combustion Engine • Burns fuel and air in enclosed space • Produces hot burned gases • Allows heat to flow to cold outside air • Converts some heat into useful work
  25. 25. Four Stroke Engine• Induction Stroke: fill cylinder with fuel & air • Compression Stroke: squeeze mixture • Power Stroke: burn and extract work • Exhaust Stroke: empty cylinder of exhaust• Induction Stroke: fill cylinder with fuel & air • Compression Stroke: squeeze mixture • Power Stroke: burn and extract work • Exhaust Stroke: empty cylinder of exhaust
  26. 26. Induction Stroke • Engine pulls piston out of cylinder • Low pressure inside cylinder • Atmospheric pressure pushes fuel and air mixture into cylinder • Engine does work on the gases during this stroke
  27. 27. Compression Stroke Engine pushes piston into cylinder Mixture is compressedto high pressure and temperature Engine does workon the gases during this stroke
  28. 28. Power Stroke Mixture burns to form hot gases Gases push pistonout of cylinder Gases expand to lowerpressureand temperature Gases do work onengine duringthis stroke
  29. 29. Thank you for having your attention

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