Break mean effective pressure - thermodynamics, Mechanical Engineering

Break Mean Effective Pressure (Pbm):

Likewise, the brake mean effective pressure is given by

 

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ip      = indicated power (kW)

bp     = Break Powder (kW)

Pim     = indicated mean effective pressure (N/m2) Pbm = Break mean effective Pressure (N/m2)

L        = length of stroke

A       = area of piston (m2)

N       = number of power strokes 

= rpm for 2 stroke engines = rpm/2 for 4-stroke

K       = no. of cylinder.

 

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