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Comparison of performances of air standard Atkinson, Diesel and Otto cycles with constant specific heats of the working fluid

@inproceedings{Rashidi2012ComparisonOP,
  title={Comparison of performances of air standard Atkinson, Diesel and Otto cycles with constant specific heats of the working fluid},
  author={Mohammad Mehdi Rashidi and Ali Hajipour},
  year={2012}
}
In this paper, the effects of input temperature and compression ratio on the net output work and efficiency of the air standard cycles, i.e. Atkinson cycle, Diesel cycle and Otto cycle are analyzed. We assume that the compression and power processes are adiabatic and reversible and any convective, conductive and radiative heat transfer to cylinder wall during the heat rejection process may be ignored. We compared efficiency of these cycles with constant maximum temperature of each cycle. The… 

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