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Engine Oil Mixing in Radiator Water: Study on I.C. Engine (Diesel) Performance

Dr. Porag Kalita, Mr. Alakesh Kalita , , ,
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A high compression internal combustion engine, in which the fuel is ignited by the heat of compression. The diesel cycle may be completed in either two or four strokes. A German Engineer, Dr. Rudolf Diesel designed on engine in 1802, which worked on a much higher compression ratio the petrol engines working on otto cycle. Diesel oil which fits the requirements for use in diesel engine. The reason that the application of an oil or grease to reduce friction between two or more moving parts. This lubricating system, in the engine that supplies moving parts with lubricating oil to prevent actual contact between any of the moving metal surface. Because as per theories of lubrication, is consisting by Hydrocarbons, Boundary and Hydrostic respectively. In automobiles engine, only 25% of the total heat produced by the combustion of fuel is actually converted into useful mechanical energy. The rest of the heat energy is used up in the cooling and exhaust systems. The main function of radiator, in the cooling system, a cooling chamber through which the water heated by the engine, passes so heat the temperature of the water can be controlled.


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Dr. Porag Kalita and Mr. Alakesh Kalita ," Engine Oil Mixing in Radiator Water: Study on I.C. Engine (Diesel) Performanceā€¯, International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, Volume 3, Issue 8, August-2016, pp. 384-388


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