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By Klaus Mollenhauer, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Schreiner (auth.), Klaus Mollenhauer, Helmut Tschöke (eds.)

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Gas Exchange The enthalpies of the masses flowing in and out through the intake and exhaust valves are produced from the product of specific enthalpy h and mass change dm: dHE dHA ¼ hE Á dmE ¼ hA Á dmA ð1-22Þ K. Mollenhauer and K. Schreiner The specific enthalpies are simulated with the respective temperature before, in or after the cylinder. g. e. without backflow). 23) is based on the flow equation for the isentropic (frictionless and adiabatic) port flow of ideal gases [1-26, 1-27]. Area A denotes the geometric flow crosssection enabled by the valve at a given instant (see Sect.

1-18) (pressure curve analysis). This delivers insight into the conversion of energy in the engine. Instead of the combustion characteristic calculated from the pressure curve analysis, a simple mathematical function, the rate of heat release, is usually employed to simulate the engine process. Optimization methods can be applied to select this function’s parameters so that the combustion characteristic known from the pressure curve analysis is optimally reproduced. If cylinder pressure indication is unavailable, measured engines are simulated on a test bench with the aid of engine process simulation and a selected rate of heat release is estimated so that the measured and calculated parameters concur.

Two consequences can be inferred directly from this: – Since gas exchange already commences before BDC and only terminates after BDC, a portion of the expansion and compression stroke is unusable. – Instantaneous piston velocity is so low during the entire gas exchange phase that the piston is virtually unable to exert any intake or expulsion effect on the cylinder charge. e. overpressure from the intake to the exhaust side, to which end, two-stroke engines must be equipped with a scavenging blower (or scavenging pump) as a matter of principle.

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