Development of Two Stroke Double Power Ecological Engine with Spark Assisted Compression Ignition in Lean Mixture
International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering
Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2015, Pages: 118-122
Received: Apr. 3, 2015;
Accepted: Apr. 14, 2015;
Published: Apr. 23, 2015
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Iwan Harianton, IC Engine, Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering-Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia; RAPID Research Group on IC Engine-Directorate General of Higher Education, Indonesia
Iman Kartolaksono Reksowardojo, Combustion Engine and Propulsion System Laboratory
Noval Lilansa, RAPID Research Group on IC Engine-Directorate General of Higher Education, Indonesia
Ayi Ruswandi, RAPID Research Group on IC Engine-Directorate General of Higher Education, Indonesia
Beny Bandanajaya, RAPID Research Group on IC Engine-Directorate General of Higher Education, Indonesia
Suwadi Suparlan, RAPID Research Group on IC Engine-Directorate General of Higher Education, Indonesia
Two stroke engine is almost left out by automotive industry in urban development due to several unsolved problems including higher pollutant, fuel consumption, and impractical oiling in the combustion chamber. However, it still promotes an unforgettable advantage in generating rapid potential power twice as much as it does in the four stroke engine. This paper is one of the series research publications on the two stroke double potential power ecological engine with spark assisted compression ignition, which can maintain lower emission, better fuel consumption and practicality of the fuel type, while at the same time improve the thermal efficiency of the double power generation. Technical finding on the development has been reserved for certain purpose; therefore, such material will be presented on the basis of conceptual design to qualify for academic publication. The design of Double Power Ecological Engine had been published as it is stated in the first reference, so that some detail thermodynamic consideration will not be rewritten. The design of new development including managing steps of combustion cycle, controlling the air-fuel ratio, introducing new way of eliminating knock limit, and improving thermal efficiency will be described.
Iman Kartolaksono Reksowardojo,
Development of Two Stroke Double Power Ecological Engine with Spark Assisted Compression Ignition in Lean Mixture, International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering.
Vol. 4, No. 2,
2015, pp. 118-122.
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