Two-stroke cycle spark-ignition engines
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Published by Society of Automotive Engineers in Warrendale, PA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Two-stroke cycle engines.

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Edition Notes

Statementprepared under the auspices of the Small Powerplant Committee, Powerplant Activity.
SeriesProgress in technology series ;, no. 26, Progress in technology ;, v. 26.
ContributionsSAE Powerplant Activity (Organization). Small Powerplants Committee.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTJ790 .T86 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination457 p. :
Number of Pages457
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3795802M
ISBN 100898831148
LC Control Number81085909

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@article{osti_, title = {Two-stroke engine diagnostics and design}, author = {Not Available}, abstractNote = {This paper focuses on research and development efforts on two-stroke cycle engines for automotive applications. Partial contents include: Velocity Field Characteristics in Motored Two-Stroke Ported Engines; Flow Vector Measurements at the Scavenging Ports in a Fired Two-Stroke. This specification covers lubricants intended for use in two-stroke-cycle spark-ignition gasoline engines, typically other than outboard motors, that are particularly prone to ring sticking, but which are also liable to suffer damage arising from deposit induced preignition, piston . Sec. Spark Ignition Engines where 'Y is the ratio of specific heats, cilcu' and M is the molecular weight of the gas; as is of the order of to m s- for typical temperatures in internal combustion engines. For a cylinder 10 cm in diameter, the time required for a pressure disturbance. This test method 2 evaluates the performance of lubricants intended for use in two-stroke-cycle spark-ignition gasoline engines that are prone to preignition. The values stated in .

The engines also produce greater quantities of some emissions than spark ignition engines. Some engines increase efficiency further by using turbochargers or superchargers. Most diesel engines are four stroke but some very large, slow-speed diesel engines are based on a two-stroke cycle. Internal combustion engines are based on one of a variety of the cycles. The two most important are the spark ignition cycle and the compression ignition cycle. Most of these engines have a four-stroke cycle in which there is one power stroke for every four engine strokes. A limited number of engines use a .   A two-stroke engine performs all the same steps, but in just two piston strokes. The simplest two-stroke engines do this by using the crankcase and . Some smaller engines, however, notably those fitted to some mopeds or motorcycles, operate on a two-stroke cycle - the piston is on a power stroke every time it moves down the cylinder so the crankshaft turns only once during each cycle. A few cars have used this engine too, such as the Wartburg Knight and some early Saabs.