Articles Posted in the " Internal and External Comustion Engines " Category




  • * HISTORY OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE

    * HISTORY OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE

    HISTORY OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE Power producing engines Sr. No. Internal Combustion Engine ICE External Combustion Engine ECE 1. Petrol Reciprocating Engine Diesel Reciprocating Engine Gas Turbine Rocket Engine Steam Engine Steam Turbine Solar Power Plant Nuclear Power Plant ICE concept started 150 years earlier. ICE engine creator—Etienne Lenoir in 1859 ICE Modern engine creator—Siegfried […]



  • * Few Commonly Used Terms of a Vehicle—-Internal Combustion Engines

    * Few Commonly Used Terms of a Vehicle—-Internal Combustion Engines

    Few Commonly Used Terms of a Vehicle—-Internal Combustion Engines GROUND CLEARANCE  The vertical distance between the road surface (ground) and the lowest part of the vehicle is called ground clearance. Minimum ground clearance in Indian passenger cars is 160 mm. It is required that that lowest part of vehicle does not tough a speed breaker or […]


  • *Introduction toTroubleshooting of IC Engines and list of problems

    *Introduction toTroubleshooting of IC Engines and list of problems

    Introduction to Troubleshooting of Internal Combustion Engines and list of problems INTRODUCTION TO TROUBLESHOOTING OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES The internal combustion (I C) engines are most common since these are an integral part of every vehicle and are also very common to various machines and equipments. There are numerous troubles associated with it. Many troubles […]


  • ** Comparison of Spark Ignition and Compression Ignition Internal Combustion Engines

    ** Comparison of Spark Ignition and Compression Ignition Internal Combustion Engines

    Comparison of Spark Ignition and Compression Ignition Internal Combustion Engines COMPARISON OF SPARK IGNITION AND COMPRESSION IGNITION ENGINES Item/Description SI ENGINE CI ENGINE Thermodynamic cycle used Otto Cycle Diesel Cycle Heat addition At constant volume At constant pressure Fuel used Petrol/Gasoline Diesel Ignition temperature Self Ignition temperature is high and needs a spark plug Self […]