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Problem Statement: A single cylinder, four stroke, D.I. engine has following parameters: bore B 1 37.2 mm, stroke S = 165.1 mm, crank shaft offset a = 82.55 mm, connecting rod length 165.1 mm, compression ratio rc 16.3. Assume: intake pressure Pintake = 114.2 kPa; intake temperature 60 deg C; engine speed 724 rpm; air mass flow 82.5 kg/hr, fuel mass flow 1.8 kg/hr; fuel low heating value LHV 44 MJ/kg; k 1.35; cp,air-1.108 kJ/kgK; cv.air-0.821 Perform a thermodynamic analysis of a Diesel cycle for this engine (i.e., similar with the diesel cycle shown in Fig. 3-8 in the textbook, the cycle consists of isentropic compression stroke 1-2, constant-pressure heat input 2-3, isentropic expansion stroke 3-4, and constant volume heat rejection 4-5) using the information above and air as working fluid. Assume a 95% combustion efficiency. Determine: * Displacement volume in L ( V) Clearance volume in L (Ve) Temperature at point 1 in degK (Ti) Pressure at point 2 in Pa (P2) Temperature at point 2 in degK (T2) Mass of fluid inside the cylinder in kg (m) Work during process 1-2 in J (W12) . Qin in J (Qin Pressure at point 3 in Pa (Ps) Temperature at point 3 in degk (T3) Volume at point 3 in L(T3 Work during process 2-3 in J (W23) Pressure at point 4 in Pa (P4) Temperature at point 4 in degK (Ts Work during process 3-4 in J (W34 Net engine work in J (Wnet Indicated thermal efficiency (no units) (n Answer tolerance-5%. Be sure to include
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