CI Engines

CI Engines - • • • • Introduction(5 Strokes(4 A...

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Unformatted text preview: • • • • Introduction: (5) Strokes: (4) A Fresh Air Engine: Stroke Breakdown: (14) • Injectors: • Fuel Injection Systems: – – – Compressed Air: Compressed Mechanical Injection: (4) Electronic/Hydraulic Electronic/Hydraulic Injection: (3) Injection: • 7.3L Power Stroke Diesel: (3) Diesel Engine Cold Weather Starting Aids • • • • Ether: (1) Ether: Coolant/Lubricant Heaters: (1) Battery Heaters: (1) Glow Plugs: (3) • • Advantages: (6) Disadvantages: (5) • Introduction: (3) • Strokes: (2) • Differences Between 2 & Differences 4-Stroke Diesels: (4) 4-Stroke • Stroke Breakdown: (10) • Introduction: (2) Introduction: • Forced Induction: – – – – – – What is it? Why is it done? (3) What does it do? (2) When is it used? (2) Scavenging Cylinder Designs: (2) Methods of Forced Induction: (2) Supercharging & Turbocharging Supercharging • • • • • • Differences: (3) Operational Theory: (3) Differences From Scavenging: (4) Advantages: (4) Supercharging: (6) Turbocharging: (6) ...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course AGSD 201 taught by Professor Kylemcgregor during the Fall '11 term at Tarleton.

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