Modifications for Conversion of Conventional Four Stroke Engine to a Six Stroke Engine IJTSRD
Considering the climate change and the shortage of non-renewable energy resources, the interests in the waste heat recovery from internal combustion engines is one of the opportunities for economizing of energy consumption. In an internal combustion engine, a great amount of fuel energy is wasted in the form of heat due to thermal limitations. Roughly one-third of fuel energy is converted to mechanical power and the rest is released to the ambience in the form of heat. To save the non-renewable energy resources, the interest in waste heat recovery has been growing. A six-stroke internal combustion engine will increase the fuel efficiency and reduce the heat dissipation of the engine. There are additional two strokes, namely steam power and steam exhaust strokes in six-stroke engine. Some of the basic modifications are done in the four stroke engine to convert six-stroke engine. There are crank shaft modification, cam shaft modification and an injector & ECU which must be required for water injection once per cycle. Major modifications of conventional internal combustion engine must be done. In this paper the modifications of the conventional four stroke internal combustion engine are illustrated to convert it into six stroke engine.
By Myo Thura | Sandar Aung”Modifications for Conversion of Conventional Four Stroke Engine to a Six Stroke Engine”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018,
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