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Engines

Course Purposes

This course aims to improve understanding of the automobile engines and their operation and to use them to experience how materials on fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, and heat transfer studied in previous years integrates into a total engineering concept. The course also aims to advance student’s problem solving skills such that the basics learned from the course can be used to deal with the real research and engineering challenges.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course the participant will be able to
 
  • identify advantages and disadvantages of the operation and efficiency of automobile engines of all types.
  •   describe the key pollutants associated with combustion in engines and understand their significance with respect to health and the environment;
  •   describe basics of the combustion and pollutant formation processes.
  •  perform basic calculations relating to the performance and emissions of automobile engines.

Course Contents

   Engine Construction
  Engine Classifications
  Design Features

  •   Operational Cycles
  •   Number of Cylinders
  •  Cylinder Arrangement
  •   Valve Train Type
  •  Ignition type
  •   Cooling System
  •   Fuel Type

Automotive engine designs and diagnosis

  Four-Stroke Gasoline Engine
  •   Intake Stroke
  •   Compression Stroke
  •   Power Stroke
  •   Exhaust Stroke

  Two-Stroke Gasoline Engine

   Characteristics of Four-Stroke Engine Design
  •    In-Line Engine
  •   V-Type and W-Type Engines
  •   Slant Cylinder Engine
  •     Opposed Cylinder Engine
  Valve and Camshaft Placement Configurations
  •    Overhead Valve - OHV
  •   Overhead Cam - OHC
 Valve and Camshaft Operation
 Engine Location
  •   Front Engine Longitudinal
  •   Front Engine Transverse
  •   Mid-Engine Transverse
  Preliminary Engine Diagnosis
  •  Engine vacuum
  •   Cylinder power balance
  •   Perform cranking compression test determine necessary action
  •   Perform cylinder leakage test determine necessary action
  •    Diagnose the cause of excessive oil consumption, unusual engine exhaust color, odor, and sound, determine necessary
  •   Test cooling system for leaks and proper operation
  Noise Diagnosis
  •   Using a Stethoscope
  •    Common Noises
  •   Ring Noise
  •   Piston Sla
  •    Piston Pin Knock
  •   Ridge Noise
  •   Rod-Bearing Noise
  •   Main or Thrust Bearing Noise
  •   Tappet Noise
  •   Abnormal Combustion Noises
   Diesel Engine
  •  Rotary Engine
  •   Stratified Charge Engine
  •   Miller-Cycle Engines
  •   Hybrid Vehicles 

Course Recipients

  This course is suited for
 
  • Practising engineers
  • researchers and managers working in automotive and other sectors.

Duration

1 Day

Methodology of teaching

Classroom lectures , group activities, practice & examinations

Certificates

Core Certificate

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