Analytical Investigation of Two Stroke Petrol Engine On The Basis Of Variation in Carburetor Main Jet Diameter and Material Optimization

CH. SATTAIAH, P. SRINIVASULU, K. RAVIVARMA

Abstract


A two stroke engine is one which completes its cycle of operation in one revolution of the crankshaft or in two strokes of the piston. In many two stroke engines the mechanical construction is greatly simplified by using the piston as a slide valve in conjunction with intake and exhaust ports cut on the side of the cylinder. A carburetor is that part of a gasoline engine which provides assimilation air-fuel mixture as and when required. A driver controls the engine speed by increasing or reducing the amount of fuel with the help of accelerator pedal. The experimental results show that which size of main jet gives better result under various load and gear operating condition. The engine is started by kick-start once the gear is at the neutral position. Electrical switch is provided on the board to prevent the engine.


Keywords


carburetor, engine test rig, gear ratio, load, two stroke petrol engine.

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