Internal combustion engine - thermodynamics, Mechanical Engineering

Internal combustion engine - Thermodynamics:

Internal combustion engine is popularly known as I.C. engine, is heat engine that converts the heat energy released by the combustion of fuel inside engine cylinder, into mechanical work. It is having versatile advantages like high efficiency light weight, adaptability, easy starting, compactness, comparatively lower cost has made the use as prime mover universal

 

 

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