Presentation on theme: "Combustion engines main principles and definitions"— Presentation transcript:
1Combustion engines main principles and definitions Reciprocating combustion engines architectureReciprocating engines dynamic propertiesEngine components and systemsThe engine management system for gasoline and Diesel enginesThe emission Requirements & TechnologyEngine vehicle integration7.1 Engine layout and mounting7.2 Engine-vehicle cooling system7.3 Intake system7.4 Exhaust systemJohn Heywood, Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals / McGraw-HillCharles F. Taylor, The internal Combustion Engine in Theory and Practice /The M.I.T. PressAutomotive Handbook – R. Bosch/SAEAdvanced engine technology (Heinz Heisler) – Butterworth/HeinemannLight and Heavy Vehicle Technology (M.J. Nunney) - CGIA, MSAE, MIMI
2The cylinders are arranged consecutively in a single plane Architecture configurationIn-line engineThe cylinders are arranged consecutively in a single planeV-engineThe cylinders are arranged in two planes in a V configurationRadial engineThe cylinders are arranged radially in one or more planesOpposed-cylinder (boxer) engineThe cylinders are horizontally opposed
9A model 5 cylinder radial engine built by Ron Lane. 1850hp Wright R Cyclone 14-cylinder radial. Note that this is effectively two 7 cylinder radials back to back with the rear bank of cylinders being rotated half the cylinder to cylinder spacing.