Basics of IC Engine

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I.C.Engine, an acronym for an internal combustion engine is the engine in which ignition and combustion of fuel take place inside the engine.

The internal combustion engine is having a widely diverse classification on the basis of different criteria.

Course Objective

  • Learn the basics of Internal combustion engine, working, types, and modeling of the engine.

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Engine

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Length: 4 minutesAuthor: dcuniteComplexity: Easy

The engine is a mechanical component that converts one form of energy (especially heat energy) into mechanical energy.
These kinds of engines are popularly known as ‘heat engines’.

Types of IC Engine

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Length: 12 minutesAuthor: dcuniteComplexity: Easy

The internal combustion engine is having a widely diverse classification on the basis of different criteria.

Working Principle of IC Engine

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Length: 9 minutesAuthor: dcuniteComplexity: Easy

The working principle of the spark-ignition engine and compression-ignition engine is similar but with some fundamental differences.

Fuels of IC Engine

Length: 15 minutesAuthor: dcuniteComplexity: Easy

The selection of fuel to be used in an engine is as important as the engine design.

Turbocharging

Length: 7 minutesAuthor: dcuniteComplexity: Easy

The method of increasing performance of an engine, using the waste exhaust gases to run the turbine and driving the compressor to intake more air is called turbocharging.

Engine Modeling

Length: 8 minutesAuthor: dcuniteComplexity: Standard

Engines are modelled in such a way that it focuses on two central factors i.e. accuracy and computational speed.