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PART-A 4*2=8 Marks (Answer All Questions)

1. Draw diesel cycle and Dual cycle P-V diagram.

2. In what aspects four stroke cycle SI engine differ from that of a CI engine?
3. What is the significance of firing order?
4. Compare the construction of CI and SI engine.

PART-B 4*6=24 Marks (Answer All Questions)

5. (a) Compare four stroke and two stroke cycle engines and bring out their relative merits
and demerits.
(b) Compare SI and CI engines and bring out their relative merits and demerits.
6. (a) Explain the working of a two stroke petrol engine.
(b) With neat sketches explain valve and port timing diagrams.
7. (a) Write short notes on (i) IP (ii) BP (iii) BSFC (iv) BMEP (v) Torque (vi) A/F
(b) Write short notes on (i) Thermal Efficiency (ii) Mechanical Efficiency
(iii) Volumetric Efficiency (iv) Relative Efficiency
8. (a) What are the functions of piston pack components? Describe their materials and
(b) Write short notes on (i) Cylinder block (ii) Cylinder head

PART-C 2*9=18 Marks (Answer All Questions)

9. (a) With a neat sketch explain the construction and working of a four stroke petrol engine.
(b) Derive an expression for the efficiency of air standard Diesel cycle.

10. (a) A 6-cylinder, 4-stroke engine having bore of 11cm and stroke 16cm consuming 0.18kg
of fuel per minute when working on Dual cycle and running at 1600 rpm. Compression
ratio is 10, pressure and temperature at the beginning of the cycle are 0.95 bar and 45 oC.
Assuming 2/3 of total heat is supplied at constant volume and remaining at constant
pressure Find a) Work output b) Thermal efficiency
(b) Explain the construction of valve actuating mechanism and its components. Discuss
in detail the merits and demerits of valve actuating mechanisms that are in current use.