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Архивы рубрики: An Introduction to Engine Testing and Development

Exhaust Manifold System

The primary purpose of the exhaust manifold is to provide a route for the gases produced by the combustion process to pass to the exhaust system proper. However, the exhaust manifold also assists in another, and much more fundamental, operation: cylinder scavenging. It is possibly the most important device in the process of scavenging spent

Engine Exhaust System

The most important element of an engine exhaust system is the exhaust manifold system.

Instrumentation of the Inlet Manifold

Flow meter turbines can be fitted to measure the rate of airflow through the inlet tract. Thermocouples can be fitted to the same circuit to measure inducted air temperatures. They also can be fitted to any part of the manifold, internally or externally (surface temperature measurement). Liquid manometers can be used to measure pressure/depression (negative

Induction System Components

The following components are part of the engine induction system: • Air inlet tract • Air filter element • Throttle butterfly valve • Carburetor • Manifold Air Inlet Tract The air inlet tract comprises all ducting and any components that are fitted into the duct­ing between the extreme point at which air for the engine

Engine Induction System

The purpose of the induction system of the engine is to bring atmospheric air into the engine cylinders to mix it with fuel for the combustion process. During the passage of air to the engine cylinder, the air must be purged of any dirt and foreign bodies that may cause internal damage to the finely

Instrumentation of the Cooling System

When an engine is fitted to a test bed, its systems must be instrumented for the relevant information to be measured. Within the cooling system, the measurements of interest to the test project include some of the following: • Coolant temperature—Into the engine, out from the engine, bypass circuit, heater circuit. The temperature of the

Cooling System Components

The following components are part of the engine cooling system: • Engine block, with integral water jacket • Cylinder head, with integral water jacket • Bypass system • Water pump • Thermostat • Thermostat housing • Radiator • Expansion tank • Pressure relief cap • Cooling fan • Pipe-work • Coolant Engine Block When an

Engine Cooling System

The primary purpose of the engine cooling system is to remove the heat absorbed by the engine assembly as a result of the combustion process, as well as friction heat generated within the engine assembly as components move against each other at high speeds.

Instrumentation of the Lubrication System

Within the lubrication system, the information to be obtained is as follows: • Oil temperature—Sump and gallery. The temperature of the oil is measured using thermocouples. • Oil pressure—Pump and gallery. The pressure of the oil is measured using gauges, or, if a more accurate measurement is required, the system can be linked by pressure

Lubrication System Components

Several components make up the lubrication system of an engine, as follows: • Sump—Stores a sufficient quantity of oil and aids cooling by its location in the airflow path of the vehicle • Strainer—Primary filtration that removes large contaminants from the oil prior to the oil reaching the oil pump via the pickup pipe •