Thermodynamic analysis of spark-ignition engine using a gas mixture model for the working fluid

@inproceedings{AbuNada2007ThermodynamicAO,
  title={Thermodynamic analysis of spark-ignition engine using a gas mixture model for the working fluid},
  author={Eiyad Abu-Nada and I. Al-Hinti and Bilal Akash and Abdelsalam Al-Sarkhi},
  year={2007}
}
This paper presents thermodynamic analysis of spark-ignition engine. A theoretical model of Otto cycle, with a working fluid consisting of various gas mixtures, has been implemented. It is compared to those which use air as the working fluid with variable temperature specific heats. A wide range of engine parameters were studied, such as equivalence ratio, engine speed, maximum and outlet temperatures, brake mean effective pressure, gas pressure, and cycle thermal efficiency. For example, for… CONTINUE READING
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