Engine Principles

Engine

Engine is a machine designed to convert heat energy into mechanical energy.

1673
Engines Era started with the invention of the Piston mechanism
Powerful CAR engine
Koenigsegg is the most powerful car engine with 5032 cc which can generate 1578bhp power.
Challenging goals
Meeting the stringent emission norms and increasing the thermal efficency.
Below are few sectors where various types of engines are used extensively. Engines are still holding a firm grip despite electrification.
  • Automotive
  • Aerospace
  • Railways
  • Ship
  • Waterpump & EPG
  • Industries

We are happy in sharing this information from an expert engineering faculty in collobration with real time experts!

Course Outline.

    Introduction.

  • Engines and its Applications
  • Types of Engines based on Fuel [Diesel, Petrol, GAS]
  • Engine Cycles [4 Stroke]
  • Emission regulations and its control
  • Role of Electronic Control Unit [Embedded Systems]

  • All About Diesel Engines.

  • Engine componenets and characteristics
  • Diesel properties and chemical equilibrium
  • Energy Conversion.
  • Injection to Combustion
  • Engine features and Control System
  • Engine Simulation Lab

  • All About GAS Engines.

  • Engine componenets and characteristics
  • GAS properties and chemical equilibrium
  • Energy Conversion.
  • Ignition to Combustion
  • Engine features and Control System
  • Engine Simulation Lab

  • Other Engines.

  • Diesel to GAS Blending
  • Dual Fuel
  • Alternate Fuels
  • Combustion
  • Engine features and Control System
  • Engine Simulation Lab

This Course gives a detailed knowledge sharing, with which you can able to correlate in your data to day work!

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