Design of Automotive Engines – Kolchin, Demidov

In this post, we will see the book Design of Automotive Engines by A. Kolchin, V. Demidov.

About the book

The book contains the necessary information and systematized methods for the design of motor vehicle and tractor engines.
Assisting the students in assimilating the material and gaining deep knowledge, this work focuses on the practical use of the knowledge in the design and analysis of motor vehicle and tractor engines.

This educational aid includes many reference data on modern engines and tables covering the ranges in changing the basic mechanical parameters, permissible stresses and strains, etc.

The book was translated from Russian by P. Zabolotnyi and was published in 1984.

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Contents

Preface

Part One WORKING PROCESSES AND CHARACTERISTICS

Chapter 1. FUEL AND CHEMICAL REACTIONS 9

1.1 General 9
1.2 Chemical Reactions in Fuel Combustion 12
1.3 Heat of Combustion of Fuel and Fuel-Air Mixture 19
1.4 Heat Capacity of Gases 21

Chapter 2. THEORETICAL CYCLES OF PISTON ENGINES 24

2.1. General 24
2.2. Closed Theoretical Cycles 31
2.3. Open Theoretical Cycles 41

Chapter 3. ANALYSIS OF ACTUAL CYCLE 47

3.1 Induction Process 47
3.2 Compression Process 54
3.3 Combustion Process 58
3.4 Expansion Process 63
3.5 Exhaust process and Methods of pollution control 67
3.6 Indicated Parameters of Working Cycle 69
3.7 Engine Performance Figures 74
3.8 Indicator Diagram 78

Chapter 4. HEAT ANALYSIS AND HEAT BALANCE 82

4.1 General 82
4.2 Heat Analysis and Heat Balance of a Carburettor Engine 86
4.3 Heat Analysis and Heat Balance of Diesel Engine 105

Chapter 5. SPEED CHARACTERISTICS 116

5.1 General 116
5.2 Plotting External Speed Characteristic 118
5.3 Plotting External Speed Characteristic of Carburettor Engine 121
5.4 Plotting External Speed Characteristic of Diesel Engine 123

Part Two KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS

Chapter 6. KINEMATICS OF CRANK MECHANISM 127

6.1 General 127
6.2 Piston Stroke 130
6.3 Piston Speed 132
6.4 Piston Acceleration 134

Chapter 7. DYNAMICS OF CRANK MECHANISM 137

7.1 General 137
7.2 Gas Pressure Forces 137
7.3 Referring Masses of Crank Mechanism Parts 139
7.4 Inertial Forces 141
7.5 Total Forces Acting in Crank Mechanism 142
7.6 Forces Acting on Crankpins 147
7.7 Forces Acting on Main Journals 152
7.8 Crankshaft Journals and Pins Wear 157

Chapter 8. ENGINE BALANCING 158

8.1 General 158
8.2 Balancing Engines of Different Types 160
8.3 Uniformity of Engine torque and Run 167
8.4 Design of Flywheel 170

Chapter 9. ANALYSIS OF ENGINE KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS 171

9.1 Design of an In-Line Carburettor Engine 171
9.2 Design of V-Type Four-Stroke Diese Engine 191

Part Three DESIGN OF PRINCIPAL PARTS

Chapter 10. PREREQUISITE FOR DESIGN AND DESIGN CONDITIONS 215

10.1 General 215
10.2 Design Conditions 216
10.3 Design of Parts Working Under Alternating Loads 217

Chapter 11. DESIGN OF PISTON ASSEMBLY 226

11.1. Piston 226
11.2. Piston Rings 234
11.3. Piston Pin 238

Chapter 12. DESIGN OF CONNECTING ROD ASSEMBLY 244

12.1. Connecting Rod Small End 244
12.2. Connecting Rod Big End 259
12.3. Connecting Rod Shank 261
12.4. Connecting hod Bolts 266

Chapter 13. DESIGN OF CRANKSHAFT 268

13.1 General 268
13.2 Unit Area Pressures on Crankpins and Journals 271
13.3 Design of Journals and Crankpins 272
13.4 Design of Crankwebs 277
13.5 Design of In-Line Engine Crankshaft 278
13.6 Design of V-Type Engine Crankshaft 286

Chapter 14. DESIGN OF ENGINE STRUCTURE 296

14.1 Cylinder Block and Upper Craakease 296
14.2 Cylinder Liners 298
14.3 Cylinder Block Head 302
14.4 Cylinder Head Studs 303

Chapter 15. DESIGN OF VALVE GEAR 308

15.1 General 308
15.2 Cam Profile Construction 310
15.3 Shaping Harmonic Cams 314
15.4 Time-Section of Valve 320
15.5 Design of the Valve Gear for a Carburettor Engine 321
15.6 Design of Valve Spring 331
15.7 Design of the Camshaft 339

Part Four ENGINE SYSTEMS

Chapter 16. SUPERCHARGING 343

16.1 General 343
16.2 Supercharging Units and Systems 344
16.3 Turbo-Supercharger Design Fundamentals 348
16.4 Approximate Computation of a Compressor and a Turbine 362

Chapter 17. DESIGN OF FUEL SYSTEM ELEMENTS 372

17.1 General 372
17.2 Carburettor 373
17.3 Design of Carburettor 380
17.4 Design of Diesel Engine Fuel System Elements 385

Chapter 18. DESIGN OF LUBRICATING SYSTEM ELEMENTS 390

18.1 Oil Pump 390
18.2 Centrifugal Oil Filter 394
18.3 Oil Cooler 397
18.4 Design of Bearings 400

Chapter 19. DESIGN OF COOLING SYSTEM COMPONENTS 403

19.1 General 403
19.2 Water Pump 404
19.3 Radiator 409
19.4 Cooling Fan 412
19.5 Computation of Air Cooling Surface 415

Appendices 417
References 424
Index 426

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