Thermodynamic work in inline piston gasoline engines as a function of crank angle

Aleksey Egorov, Natalya Lysyannikova, Yuri Kaizer, Vasiliy Tyukanov, Alexander Kuznetsov, Taalaibek Matkerimov, Helena Tsygankova, Katharina Tretyakova, A. Mottaeva, A. Zheltenkov
2020 E3S Web of Conferences  
The purpose of this research work is to identify the laws of thermodynamic operation in the theoretical cycles of four-stroke inline piston gasoline internal combustion engines (ICE). The main results: dependence of the thermodynamic operation of the working body of ICE in theoretical cycles of four-stroke inline piston gasoline engines as a function of the angle of rotation of the crankshaft; regularities of uneven generation of positive thermodynamic operation in the theoretical cycle of
more » ... tical cycle of four-stroke inline one-, two-, three -, five-cylinder piston gasoline ICE; regularities of the alternating character of thermodynamic operation in the theoretical cycles of inline four-stroke one -, two -, three -, four - and five-cylinder gasoline piston ICE; regularities of positive thermodynamic operation during the entire theoretical cycle of four-stroke inline six-and eight-cylinder piston gasoline ICE; conditions for uniform pulsation of thermodynamic operation during the entire theoretical cycle of four-stroke inline piston gasoline ICE - the product of the crankshaft angle by the number of cylinders must be 720o (four-cylinder inline with a crankshaft angle of 180o, six-cylinder inline with a crankshaft angle of 120o, eight-cylinder inline with a crankshaft angle of 90o).
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202016403021 fatcat:bcqx2jzkhzh3dm5xqsfmsk3aza