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Internal Combustion Engines - IC Engines

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Course Created By,  J Aatish Rao

All Level 2 Hours 16.19 mins of Video Lecture Language: English Lifetime Access Certificate of completion Flash Sale $19 $50 Discount: 62.00% off
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Key Topics Covered
  • Good understanding of all the main components of IC engines
  • Understanding of valve timing diagram & its importance
  • Actuator indicator diagrams & their importance
  • Understanding of different type of ignition systems
  • Additional concepts like supercharging,lubrication,governing & many more

Who can take this course?
  • Mechanical engineering pursuing students
  • Automobile engineering pursuing students
  • Mechanical & Automobile engineering pass out freshers

Course Description

This course covers in details about IC engines,its main components,Valve timing diagrams,4-stroke & 2-stroke engines,Actuator indicator diagrams,Scavenging,Detonation,Fuel ignition system,Injection system & many more. Prior to be on board, Let's have a brief description about IC engines .... Ple... Read More

This course covers in details about IC engines,its main components,Valve timing diagrams,4-stroke & 2-stroke engines,Actuator indicator diagrams,Scavenging,Detonation,Fuel ignition system,Injection system & many more. Prior to be on board, Let's have a brief description about IC engines .... Please read below. The internal combustion engine is an engine in which the burning of a fuel occurs in a confined space called a combustion chamber. This exothermic reaction of a fuel with an oxidizer creates gases of high temperature and pressure, which are permitted to expand. The defining feature of an internal combustion engine is that useful work is performed by the expanding hot gases acting directly to cause movement, for example by acting on pistons, rotors, or even by pressing on and moving the entire engine itself. This contrasts with external combustion engines, such as steam engines, which use the combustion process to heat a separate working fluid, typically water or steam,
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