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Handbook of Diesel Engines/Справочник по дизельным двигателям

  • Handbook of Diesel Engines/Справочник по дизельным двигателям
Артикул: 00-01023235
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Автор: Klaus Mollenhauer, Helmut Tschoeke
Издательство: Springer (все книги издательства)
ISBN: 978-3-540-89082-9
Год: 2010
Переплет: Мягкая обложка
Страниц: 636
Вес: 1586 г
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Although Diesel’s stated goal has never been fully achievable of course, the diesel engine indeed revolutionized drive systems. This handbook documents the current state of diesel engine engineering and technology. The impetus to publish a Handbook of Diesel Engines grew out of ruminations on Rudolf Diesel’s transformation of his idea for a rational heat engine into reality more than 100 years ago. Once the patent was filed in 1892 and work on his engine commenced the following year, Rudolf Diesel waited another 4 years until the Association of German Engineers provided him a platform to present his engine to the public at its convention in Kassel on June 16, 1897. The engine came to bear the name of its ingenious inventor soon thereafter.
Part I provides a brief history of the diesel engine followed by sections on the fundamentals, including supercharging systems, diesel engine combustion, fuels and modern injection systems. Parts II–IV treat the loading and design of selected components, diesel engine operation, the pollution this causes and the increasingly important measures to reduce it. Part V presents the entire range of engines from small single cylinder diesel engine up through large low speed twostroke diesel engines. An appendix lists the most important standards and regulations for diesel engines.

Part I The Diesel Engine Cycle
1 History and Fundamental Principles of the Diesel Engine (Klaus Mollenhauer and Klaus Schreiner)
1.1 The History of the Diesel Engine
1.2 Fundamentals of Engine Engineering
1.3 Combustion Cycle Simulation
2 Gas Exchange and Supercharging (Helmut Pucher)
2.1 Gas Exchange
2.2 Diesel Engine Supercharging
2.3 Programmed Gas Exchange Simulation
3 Diesel Engine Combustion (Klaus B. Binder)
3.1 Mixture Formation and Combustion
3.2 Design Features
3.3 Alternative Combustion Processes
3.4 Process Simulation of Injection Characteristic and Rate of Heat Release
4 Fuels (Gerd Hagenow, Klaus Reders, Hanns-Erhard Heinze, Wolfgang Steiger, Detlef Zigan, and Dirk Mooser)
4.1 Automotive Diesel Fuels
4.2 Alternative Fuels
4.3 Operation of Marine and Stationary Engines with Heavy Fuel Oil
4.4 Fuel Gases and Gas Engines
5 Fuel Injection Systems (Walter Egler, Rolf Jurgen Giersch, Friedrich Boecking, Jurgen Hammer, Jaroslav Hlousek, Patrick Mattes, Ulrich Projahn, Winfried Urner, and Bjorn Janetzky)
5.1 Injection Hydraulics
5.2 Injection Nozzles and Nozzle Holders
5.3 Injection Systems
5.4 Injection System Metrology
Further Literature
Further Literature on Section 5.2
6 Fuel Injection System Control Systems (Ulrich Projahn, Helmut Randoll, Erich Biermann, Jorg Bruckner, Karsten Funk, Thomas Kuttner, Walter Lehle, and Joachim Zuern)
6.1 Mechanical Control
6.2 Electronic Control
6.3 Sensors
6.4 Diagnostics
6.5 Application Engineering
Further Literature
Part II Diesel Engine Engineering
7 Engine Component Loading (Dietmar Pinkernell and Michael Bargende)
7.1 Mechanical and Thermal Loading of Components
7.2 Heat Transfer and Thermal Loads in Engines
Further Literature
8 Crankshaft Assembly Design, Mechanics and Loading (Eduard KЁohler, Eckhart Schopf, and Uwe Mohr)
8.1 Designs and Mechanical Properties of Crankshaft Assemblies
8.2 Crankshaft Assembly Loading
8.3 Balancing of Crankshaft Assembly Masses
8.4 Torsional Crankshaft Assembly Vibrations
8.5 Bearings and Bearing Materials
8.6 Piston, Piston Rings and Piston Pins
Further Literature
9 Engine Cooling (Klaus Mollenhauer and Jochen Eitel)
9.1 Internal Engine Cooling
9.2 External Engine Cooling Systems
10 Materials and Their Selection (Johannes Betz)
10.1 The Importance of Materials for Diesel Engines
10.2 Technical Materials for Engine Components
10.3 Factors for Material Selection
10.4 Service Life Concepts and Material Data
10.5 Service Life Enhancing Processes
10.6 Trends in Development
Further Literature
Part III Diesel Engine Operation
11 Lubricants and the Lubrication System (Hubert Schwarze)
11.1 Lubricants
11.2 Lubrication Systems
12 Start and Ignition Assist Systems (Wolfgang Dressler and Stephan Ernst)
12.1 Conditions for the Auto-Ignition of Fuel
12.2 Fuel Ignition Aids
12.3 Start and Ignition Assist Systems
12.4 Cold Start, Cold Running Performance and Cold Running Emissions for Cars
12.5 Conclusion
Further Literature
13 Intake and Exhaust Systems (Oswald Parr, Jan Kruger, and Leonhard Vilser)
13.1 Air Cleaners
13.2 Exhaust Systems
Further Literature
14 Exhaust Heat Recovery (Franz Hirschbichler)
14.1 Basics of Waste Heat Recovery
14.2 Options of Waste Heat Recovery
Part IV Environmental Pollution by Diesel Engines
15 Diesel Engine Exhaust Emissions (Helmut Tschoeke, Andreas Graf, Jurgen Stein, Michael Kruger, Johannes Schaller, Norbert Breuer, Kurt Engeljehringer, and Wolfgang Schindler)
15.1 General Background
15.2 Emission Control Legislation
15.3 Pollutants and Their Production
15.4 In-Engine Measures for Pollutant Reduction
15.5 Exhaust Gas Aftertreatment
15.6 Emissions Testing
Further Literature
16 Diesel Engine Noise Emission (Bruno M. Spessert and Hans A. Kochanowski)
16.1 Fundamentals of Acoustics
16.2 Development of Engine Noise Emission
16.3 Engine Surface Noise
16.4 Aerodynamic Engine Noises
16.5 Noise Reduction by Encapsulation
16.6 Engine Soundproofing
Part V Implemented Diesel Engines
17 Vehicle Diesel Engines (Fritz Steinparzer, Klaus Blumensaat, Georg Paehr, Wolfgang Held, and Christoph Teetz)
17.1 Diesel Engines for Passenger Cars
17.2 Diesel Engines for Light Duty Commercial Vehicles
17.3 Diesel Engines for Heavy Duty Commercial Vehicles and Buses
17.4 High Speed High Performance Diesel Engines
Further Literature
18 Industrial and Marine Engines (Gunter Kampichler, Heiner Bulte, Franz Koch, and Klaus Heim)
18.1 Small Single Cylinder Diesel Engines
18.2 Stationary and Industrial Engines
18.3 Medium Speed Four-Stroke Diesel Engines
18.4 Two-Stroke Low Speed Diesel Engines
Standards and Guidelines for Internal Combustion Engines

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