ME410/610 Intro to System Control
Homework 04 Solutions
Problem 4.6
Problem 4.9
Problem 4.28
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Chapter 4 problems
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1.HowfasterandslowerburningcyclesaffectoperationinanSIengine Variationsinanenginecausefasterorslowerburningcycleswithaffectengine operation. In an SI engine spark timing is relative to TDC, this affects the pressure
H W 7 D U E NOV 2nd P roblems Chapter 4, Exhaust Gas Concentrations 4.8use Eqs 4.64 and 4.65 4.9For pa r t A, to calculate the combustion inefficiency, compare the actual heat released t o the lower heating value. Calculate the heat released as we did in
HOMEWORK #6 5.11 and 5.13 Helpful hints: use Cutoff ratio = 2.18Note that State 4 is at low temperatures (not on Fig 4-5), use isentropic relationships w/ constant avg. specific heats to find T4, P4 using gamma=1.3. To find u4, must use Fig 4-10 with Temp
Homework #5 Chapter 3Thermochemistry of Fuels Due Thursday, Oct 14 Problems 3.11skip Benzene. Compare A/F and HV to stoich values in Appendix D-4. 3.12
HW #4
Problem 3.2 3.3 3.10 (a)-(c) And, problem: #3. Ethanol is supplied to small SI engine at 3 g/s. The fuel is combusted with 100% excess air. Calculate the mass flow rate of air to the engine.
_ _ Problem 3.2 Calculate DRY exhaust gas composition of b
Homework #4- Due Thursday, October 7 Chapter 3Thermochemistry of Fuels Problem 3.2 3.3 3.10 (a)-(c) And, problem: #3. Ethanol is supplied to small SI engine at 3 g/s. The fuel is combusted with 100% excess air. Calculate the mass flow rate of air to the e
Homework #3 Due Thursday, September 23 #1: Show that for an Otto Cycle, T3/T2 = T4/T 1; and that for a Diesel cycle T3 /T2?= T4/T1 Textbook Problems #2- 5.5 #3- 5.7 #4- 5.10 Note, for the supercharged engine, use isentropic equations for the blowdown proc
Homework #3Due Thursday, September 23 #1: Show that for an Otto Cycle, T3/T2= T4/T1; and that for a Diesel cycle T3/T2= T4/T1 Textbook Problems NOTE: Use gamma = 1.3, Cv= 946 J/kg*K and Cp= 1233 J/kg*K #2- 5.5 #3- 5.7 #4- 5.10 Note, for the supercharged e
Homework #1Due Thur. Sept 3. Solutions Read: Chapter 1 Problems: 1.1 Describe the major functions of the following: Pistonseals the cylinder and transmits the gas pressure force to the connecting rod by reciprocating movement; its movement also brings in
ICE 476/676 – CHAPTERS 9 & 10 Exam
December 2, 2010
85 pts
NAME_
No Notes, Calculators or Books Allowed. Neatness Counts!
(7pts) Combustion in an SI engine can be divided into three distinct phases: 1) Ignition and flame
development, 2) flame propagation,
Experiment to [Collect and] Analyze Emissions Data from Real Driving Conditions October 28, 2010 Objective: The purpose of this experiment is to illustrate the production of emissions during the combustion process. We will analyze data previously collecte
ME 451 Systems Design
Task 5: Due Wednesday 11/3, by 5pm
Fall 2010
Concise write-up describing the solution(s) to the design project and the decisions made. The format should look like the following: Page 1: Write Task 5 at the top of the page Title of Pr
Sarah Thomas Task 2 Throughout the world there is a large demand for renewable and sustainable energy. Renewable energy technologies are major contributors to green energy due to their ability to reduce world dependence on fossil fuels and thereby lessen
Task 6 Modular River Turbine
_ Sarah Thomas Team Leader [email protected]
_ Matt Walsh
_ Doug Lay
_ Chris Newman
The Modular River Turbine is constructed out of simple materials. An overview of these materials can be seen in Figure 1 of Appendix A
Task 4 Modular River Water Turbine
_ Team Leader: Sarah Thomas [email protected] _ Doug Lay _ Chris Newman _ Matt Walsh
There are several key characteristics that the customer would deem important. For customers, quality relates to several compone
Sarah Thomas Task 3 October 13, 2010 There are many options for the housing of this design. It depends on 3 main things: type of turbine, type of anchor, and type of generator attachment. There is also the option of funneling, which created a venture effe