An Introduction to Engine Testing and Development by Richard D. Atkins

By Richard D. Atkins

This ebook offers the fundamental ideas required for the checking out and improvement of inner combustion engine powertrain structures, offering the recent car engineer with the elemental instruments required to successfully perform significant assessments.
With worthwhile info for graduate scholars, new try out technicians, and validated engineers, this booklet explains the try strategy from developing a dynamometer attempt facility to trying out for functionality and sturdiness. Combustion research and emissions, and new try out traits also are lined.

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Air Services In dealing with air services to the engine test cell, there are two primary functions that the air provides for the engine: cooling and breathing. The control of one of them (cooling) may be critical to the effects that the other (breathing) will have on the engine. As a general rule, internal combustion engines are considered to be air pumps, in that they breathe in air for combustion purposes. Therefore, it follows that the quality of that air with regard to its temperature, pressure, humidity, and condition will affect the performance of the engine.

An understanding of the uncertainty of measurement will ensure that results are as accurate as possible. Temperature: The Principle and Application of Thermocouples In 1821, Thomas Johann Seebeck, a German-Estonian physicist, discovered that if heat is applied to a junction of two metals that form part of an electric circuit, a current flows in the circuit. However, in 1834, Jean Peltier, a French physicist, demonstrated that if a current is passed through a junction of two dissimilar metals, heat is either absorbed or liberated, according to the direction of the current.

Where ultra-cold running conditions are required (-25 to -35OC), a system of cold-fluid heat exchangers controls the coolant, oil, and fuel temperatures. An environmental chilling system dissipates the radiated heat within the cell, and a temperature-controlled air inlet system is incorporated. This type of system enables mapping of transient conditions to be undertaken in sub-zero conditions. 2 shows an example. 2 Example of a cooling water service module with a heat exchangel: Site Water Services Raw cooling water is stored below ground level in a split sump system.

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