Working principle of the petrol engine, Mechanical Engineering

Working Principle of the Petrol Engine:

OTTO CYCLE

 

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5-1 Suction Stroke

1-2 Adiabatic Compression Stroke

2-3 Heat Addition at the constant Volume.

3-4 Adiabatic Expansion

4-1 Heat rejection at the constant volume.

1-5 Exhaust stroke at constant pressure.

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