ottto cycle, Mechanical Engineering

For a theoretical OTTO cycle operating on compression ratio of 8.5:1taking in air at 15C and 101.3kPa and having a maximum cycle temp of 1800C.Calculate the temp after compression,the temp after expansion,the theoretical work of compression per kg of air,the theoretical work of expansion per kg of air,the network per kg of air,the net heat supplied per kg of air,the theoretical cycle efficiency.
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