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Diesel_Engines_v1 - Maritime Professional Studies KP100...

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Diesel Engines v1.doc-8/10/2004 Maritime Professional Studies KP100 Introduction to Marine Engineering (IME) Segment Course Handout I. Topic Name: Diesel Engines II. Reference(s) Text: Ship Knowledge A Modern Encyclopedia Pages: 218-229 III. Topic Objectives A. Identify the major components that comprise a diesel engine B. Identify the specific force that causes the movable parts of a diesel engine to move during startup C. Identify the specific force that causes the movable parts of a diesel engine to move during normal operation D. Identify the three types of internal combustion engine timing devices E. State the purposes for a turbo-charger F. Identify the names of the four strokes that are found in a diesel engine G. Describe the operation of a 4-stroke diesel engine H. Describe the operation of a 2-stroke diesel engine I. Define scavenging J. State the forms of energy that are received, used and discharged in a diesel engine K. Identify the thermodynamic components as they apply to a diesel engine
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COURSE HANDOUT: Diesel Engines Diesel Engines v1.doc-8/10/2004 2 IV. Topic Terminology 2-cycle 2-stroke 4-cycle 4-stroke adiabatic atomization axial motion BDC bearing, journal bearing, thrust bore bottom dead center (BDC) camshaft chemical energy combustion compression compression ignition compression stroke connecting rod crankshaft cylinder cylinder liner cylinder port diesel engine diesel engine cycle diesel generator displacement double helical gear electric generator electrical energy energy, chemical energy, electrical energy, mechanical energy, thermal engine, thermodynamic cycle exhaust port exhaust stroke exhaust valve expansion stroke fuel injector fuel oil gage (aka gauge) gear gear, spur governor heat sink, thermodynamic cycle heat source, thermodynamic cycle heated engine injector intake port intake stroke intake valve internal combustion engine L.O. (or LO) lube oil lubricating oil mechanical energy motive force open system (or cycle)
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COURSE HANDOUT: Diesel Engines Diesel Engines v1.doc-8/10/2004 3 piston piston pin piston ring pneumatic power stroke prime mover pump pump, thermodynamic cycle push rod radial motion reciprocating rocker arm scavenging stroke sump TDC thermal energy thermodynamic cycle engine thermodynamic cycle heat sink thermodynamic cycle heat source thermodynamic cycle pump thermodynamic cycle working substance thrust bearing timing device top dead center (TDC) turbo-charger vacuum valve spring work working substance, thermodynamic cycle
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COURSE HANDOUT: Diesel Engines Diesel Engines v1.doc-8/10/2004 4 V. Topic Materials & Information A. Diesel engine major components
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course PHY 120 taught by Professor Chensinski during the Spring '08 term at Staten Island.

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