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MILLER CYCLE Prof. Timothy Marbach ME258 Advanced Thermodynamics Ostap Loredo- Contreras Fall 2012
Miller Cycle Background The Miller cycle was patented by Ralph Miller, an American engineer, US patent dated Dec 24, The engine may be two stroke or four stroke and may be run on diesel fuel, gas fuel or dual fuel. Mazda is the only known manufacturer that successfully produced a Miller cycle engine from on a Mazda Millenia 2.3lts V6, and currently in Japan 1.3 lts Mazda 2. Other Manufactures such as Subaru are nowadays working on prototype engines(Subaru B5-THP).
Miller Cycle Highlights Intake valves closing is delayed and part of the air goes back into the intake manifold. Expansion ratio is increased without increasing compression ratio by changing the shape of the piston. Excellent output power and specific power. Thermal Efficiency improves without risk of knocking, and pumping losses. Actual compression stroke occurs in the latter 70% to 80% of the compression stroke NOx reduction.
0–1 is an isobaric process. 1–1 Intake blowback. 1a–2a is an isentropic compression process. 2a–3a is an isochoric heating process. 2a–3a-4a combustion and expansion process. 3a-4a Isentropic expansion. 4a-1 Constant volume heat rejection 1-0 Constant pressure exhaust process
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