Articles Posted in the " Engine " Category

  • TESTING OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES CLASS NOTES

    TESTING OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES CLASS NOTES

      TESTING OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES CLASS NOTES    The testing is to verify the designed data. It gives the information for the developed engine (i) To get and know information which is not possible by calculations (ii) To confirm the validity of the data and assumptions used in design (iii) To satisfy the customer […]


  • STEAM ENGINES & TURBINES CLASS NOTES FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

    STEAM ENGINES & TURBINES CLASS NOTES FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

      https://mesubjects.net/wp-admin/post.php?post=14522&action=edit   MCQ St Turnbines  https://www.mesubjects.net/wp-admin/post.php?post=3681&action=edit          Steam Nozzles https://www.mesubjects.net/wp-admin/post.php?post=3613&action=edit    Q. ANS. S Turbine STEAM ENGINE & TURBINE CLASS NOTES FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING    Steam engine works with steam made in the boiler. It converts heat energy of steam into mechanical motion.  A steam engine uses Rankine cycle ( modified Carnot Cycle) and is thus […]


  • HISTORY & BASICS OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE

    HISTORY & BASICS OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE

      HISTORY & BASICS OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE ICE concept started 150 years earlier.  Engine creator—Etienne Lenoir in 1859. ICE Modern engine creator Siegfried Marcus in 1864, Power producing capacity 5 W to 100000 kW. It is a heat engine. Input is heat. Motion / work / electricity is the output. In this, combustion of […]


  • *INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE-TROUBLESHOOTING

    *INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE-TROUBLESHOOTING

    INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE TROUBLE SHOOTING The internal combustion (I C) engines are common in every vehicle. There are numerous troubles associated with it. Many troubles  Overcome many troubles by learning properly the starting and operating the engine. It is prescribed in the manufacturer catalog. Experience is the best teacher to sense the trouble. Take appropriate action […]