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ENGINES

ME14 505 INTERNAL COMBUSTION

MODULE 1
FIVE MARKS
[Nov 09 2015]
1) Define specific heat
2) Compare two stroke and four stroke engines. State its advantages and
disadvantages.
[Jun 04 2007,2009,Dec 04 2007,nov 09 2015]
3) Explain the phenomenon of dissociation.
[June 04 2014]
4) Explain various stages of valve timing diagram for 4 stroke cycle engine
[Oct 09 2011, 2013]
5) Differentiate four stroke and two stroke engines
[Oct 09 2011,2013]
[Oct 09 2012]
6) Define Otto cycle.
[Oct 09 2012]
7) Explain ideal and actual cycles for IC engine
8) What do you understand by valve timing diagram? Explain the need and
various events with a neat Sketch.
[Jun 04 2007]
9) Draw the p-V and T-s diagrams of a dual cycle and mark the various processes.
[Dec
04 2007]
[Jun 04
10) Explain briefly crank case scavenging.
2008]
11)Explain various stages of the valve timing diagram for four stroke cycle
[Jun 04 2008]
engine.
[Jun 04 2010]
12) List out the important IC engine parts
13) The bore and stroke of an engine working on the Otto cycle are 17cm
and 30cm respectively. The clearance volume is 0.001025m3. Find the
[Jun 04
compression ratio.
2010]
14) Discuss the important features that distinguish four-stroke cycle
internal combustion engine from two-strokecycle internal combustion
engine
[Dec 04 2010]
15) Explain valve timing diagram for four-stroke cycle spark ignition engine
[Dec 04
2010]

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ME14 505 INTERNAL COMBUSTION

[Jun
16) Give the board classification of IC engines
04 2011]
[Jun 04
17) Define compression ratio. What is its value for SI and CI engines
2011]
18) Compare Otto, Diesel and Dual cycles for
same compression ratio and heat input
i.
same maximum pressure and heat input
ii.
[Jun 04 2009]
iii. same maximum pressure and temperature
10 MARKS
1) An engine working on the Otto cycle is supplied with at 0.1MPa, 35 0C. The
compression ratio is 8. Heat supplied is 2100kJ/kg. Calculate the maximum
pressure and temperature of the cycle, the cycle efficiency and the mean
effective pressure. (For air,CP = 1.005Kj/kgK, CV =0.718kJ/kgK and R =
[Nov 09 2015]
0.287kJ/kgK.)
2) i) Explain ideal and actual cycles for IC engines. ii) Explain different types
of scavenging process in engines with neat diagram.
[Nov 09 2015]
3) Derive an expression for efficiency of dual combustion cycle
[Jun04 2014]
4) With the help of P-V, T-S diagrams compare the efficiency of Otto, diesel
and dual combustion cycle for same maximum pressure and maximum
temperature
[Jun04 2014]
5) What is the use of fuel air cycle
[Jun04 2014]
6) Derive an expression for the efficiency of Otto cycle and explain on
the effect of compression ratio on the efficiency with respect of ratio
of specific heat by means of a suitable graph
[Oct 09 2011,2013]
7) The compression ratio of an ideal air standard Diesel cycle is 15.The
heat transfer is 1465kj/kg of air. Find the pressure and temperature at
the end of each process and determine the cycle efficiency.What is
the mean effective pressure of the cycle, if the inlet conditions
are300Kand1 bar
[Oct 09 2011,2013]
8) In an air standard Otto cycle, the compression ratio is 7 and the
compression begins at 1bar and 313 K the heat added is 2510 kJ/kg.
Find: (1) maximum temperature and pressure of the cycle; (2) Work
done per kg of air; (3) cycle efficiency; and (4) mean effective
pressure. (For air, Cv= 0.713 kJ/kgK and R = 0.287 kJ/kgK.)

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[Oct 09
2012]
9) For an engine working on the ideal Dual cycle, the compression ratio
is 10 and the maximum pressure is limited to 70 bar. If the heat
supplied is 1980 kJ/kg, find the pressure and temperature at the
various salient points of the cycle and the cycle efficiency. The
pressure and temperature of air at the commencement of compression
are 1bar and 100C respectively. Assume C = 1.004 kJ/kgK and C, =
0.717 Kj/kgK for air.
[Oct 09 2011]
10)
An engine working on the Otto cycle is supplied with air at 0.1MPa,
0
350 C. The compression ratio is 8. Heat supplied is 2100 kJ/kg. Calculate
the maximum pressure and temperature of the cycle, the cycle efficiency and
the mean effective pressure. (For air, Cp = 1,005 kJ/kgK, Cv = O.7l8kJ/kg K
and R = 0.287 kJ/kgK)
[Dec 04 2007]
11)
a)Explain ideal and actual cycles for IC engine
b) Explain different types of scavenging process in engines with neat sketch
[Dec 04
2007]
12)
a)Explain different types of scavenging process in engines with neat
sketch
b) The compression ratio of an Otto cycle is 8. At the beginning of the
compression the pressure and temperature are 1bar and 300 K respectively.
The heat transfer to the air per cycle is 1900 KJ/Kg of air. i) Calculate the
pressure and temperature at the end of each process of the cycle. ii) The
thermal efficiency. iii) The mean effective pressure.
[Jun 04 2007]
13)
a)Explain different types of scavenging process in Engines
b) In an air standard Diesel cycle, the compression ratio is 16, and at the
beginning of isentropic compression, the temperature is 15C and the
pressure is 0.1 Mpa. Heat is added until the temperature at the end of the
constant pressure process is 1480C. Calculate (a) the cut-off ratio, (b) the
heat supplied per kg of air, and (c) the cycle efficiency [Jun 04 2007]
14)
The compression ratio of an ideal air standard Diesel cycle is 15. The
heat transfer is 1465 kJ/kg of air. Find the pressure and temperature at the
end of each process and determine the cycle efficiency. What is the mean
effective pressure of the cycle, if the inlet conditions are 300 K and 1bar

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ME14 505 INTERNAL COMBUSTION

[Jun 04 2008]
15)
a)Derive an expression for the air standard efficiency of a dual
combustion cycle.
b) Explain the scavenging process in two-stroke engine. What is meant by
blow down?
[Jun 04 2010]
16)
a) Compare the relative advantages and disadvantages of four-stroke
and two-stroke cycle engines
b) Explain with P-v diagram the loss due to variation in specific heat in
ottcyc1e
[Jun 04 2010]