This revised edition of Taylor's classic work on the internal-combustion engine incorporates changes and additions in engine design and control that have been brought on by the world petroleum crisis, the subsequent emphasis on fuel economy, and the legal restraints on air pollution.The fundamentals and the topical organization, however, remain the same. The analytic rather than merely descriptive treatment of actual engine cycles, the exhaustive studies of air capacity, heat flow, friction, and the effects of cylinder size, and the emphasis on application have been preserved. These are the basic qualities that have made Taylor's work indispensable to more than one generation of engineers and designers of internal-combustion engines, as well as to teachers and graduate students in the fields of power, internal-combustion engineering, and general machine design.Charles Fayette Taylor is Professor of Automotive Engineering Emeritus at MIT. He directed the Sloan Automotive Laboratories at MIT from 1926 to 19602.94 x 1.25 in. 2-cycle engine.) 10.67 Smith, aquot; The Development of a Lightweight Air-Cooled Industrial Engine, aquot; ASME Paper 64-OGP-14, May 1964. ... 10.691 Onan, aquot;Development of J Engine Family, aquot; SAE Paper 537A, June 1962. ... 10.694 Kruckenberg, aquot;McCulloch Three-Cylinder, Two-Cycle Outboard Engine, aquot; Trans.
|Title||:||The Internal-combustion Engine in Theory and Practice: Combustion, fuels, materials, design|
|Author||:||Charles Fayette Taylor|
|Publisher||:||MIT Press - 1985-01-01|