DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF A SUPERCHARGED CROSS BREED
This investigation is based on the development of internal combustion engine and
focusing on retaining the two-stroke cycle engine with sophisticated technologies. Due to
stringent emission norms, faster depletion of petroleum fuels, fuel economy this modification
is suggested based on the critical analysis. The development of a supercharged cross breed
engine will be a next milestone in automotive fields, which will enhance the upcoming I.C.
engines to work under effective efficiency without any deviations from the actual working
cycle. The design and simulation have been carried to out to reduce or eliminate the losses
during operation. Also,both the power and emission characteristics of a engine were
balanced and improved than the conventional engines. A cross breed engine operates under
based on two stroke cycle collaborating advanced technologies such as Gasoline Direct
Injection (GDI), Digital twin Spark Ignition (DTSI), Supercharged Fuel Stratified Injection
(SFSI), Multi Positioned Synchronized Valves (MPSV) and Solenoid Valve Actuation (SVA).
Incorporating these improves the mechanical power output and the performance of a two
stroke cycle was effectively under dynamic load conditions. The results also showed an
improved combustion efficiency, low emissions, high power to weight ratio and improved fuel
consumption rate. Thus the cross breed engine was developed with futuristic scope of
automotive industries to supply an adequate amount of power without compromising with
emission norms Bharath Standard (BS - VI), which will be implemented in India shortly. Thus
the basic design of a single cylinder cross breed engine has been developed, simulated and
the preliminary results were calculated for the theoretical work cycle.
DHANALAKSHhttpsMI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, Dhanalakshmi College of Engineering, Vel Tech Rangarajan Dr Sagunthala R D I, +DHANALAKSHMI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, Hexagon, Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan College of Engrg
International Conference on Advances in Design, Materials, Manufacturing and Surface Engineering for Mobility