Analysis Of Event: 6 Stroke Engine

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6 STROKE ENGINE

INTRODUCTION:

Both two stroke and four stroke engine consumes more amount of fuel in which half of the energy goes waste as heat energy. Using SIX STROKE engine the heat energy is minimized to a greater extent by converting the heat energy into useful power stroke.

ANALYSIS OF EVENT:

EVENT 1: Pure air intake in the cylinder (dynamic event)

1) Intake valve.

2) Heating chamber valve. [pic]

3) Combustion chamber valve.

4) Exhaust valve.

5) Cylinder.

6) Combustion chamber.

7) Air heating chamber.

8) Wall of combustion chamber.

9) Fuel injector.

10) Heater plug.

EVENT 2: Pure air compression in the heating chamber.

[pic]

EVENT 3: Fuel injection and combustion in closed combustion chamber, without direct action on the crankshaft (static event).

EVENT 4: Combustion gases expanding in the cylinder, work (dynamic event).

[pic]

EVENT 5: Combustion gases exhaust (dynamic event).

[pic]

EVENT 6: Keeping pure air pressure in closed chamber where a maximum heat exchange occurs with the combustion chambers walls, without direct action on the crankshaft (static event).

EVENT 7: Expansion of the Super heat air in the cylinder work (dynamic Event). [pic]

EVENT 8: Re-compressions of pure heated air in the combustion chamber (Dynamic event).

[pic]

SIX-STROKE ENGINE CYCLE DIAGRAM:

[pic]

EXTERNAL COMBUSTION CYCLE: (DIVIDED IN 4 EVENTS):

No direct contact between the air and the heating source.

1. (Event 1) Pure air intake in the cylinder (dynamic event).

2. (Event 2) Compression of pure air in the heating chamber (dynamic event).

3. (Event 3) Keeping pure air pressure in closed chamber where a maximum heat exchange occurs with the combustion chambers walls,...
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