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ANNA UNIVERSITY, CHENNAI-600 025 B.E/ B.Tech DEGREE EXAMINATIONS, Oct/Nov 2013 Regulations-2008 Fifth Semester B.E.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ME2306: Thermal Engineering Lab - I Duration: 3 Hrs Maximum Marks: 100

1. Conduct the performance test on a CI engine at 0%, 25%, 50%, 75% & 100% of full load. Determine Mechanical efficiency, Brake thermal efficiency, Indicated thermal efficiency & Specific fuel consumption. Determine friction power using Willans line method. Draw the graph for SFC, BT, IT vs. BP. Tabulate the results. (100)

2. Conduct the performance test on a diesel engine at 0%, 50%, 75% & 100% of full load. Determine Mechanical efficiency, Brake thermal efficiency, volumetric efficiency & Specific fuel consumption. Determine friction power using Willans line method. Draw the graph for SFC, BT, v vs. BP. Tabulate the results. (100)

3. Conduct the performance test on a diesel engine at 0%, 20%, 40%, 80% & 100% of full load. Determine Mechanical efficiency, Brake thermal efficiency, volumetric efficiency & Specific fuel consumption. Determine friction power using Willans line method. Draw the graph for SFC, BT, v vs. BP. Tabulate the results. (100)

4. Conduct the heat balance test on a diesel engine at 0%, 25%, 50%, 75% & 100% of full load. Use exhaust gas calorimeter method. Draw the heat balance sheet. (100)

5. Conduct the heat balance test on a diesel engine at 0%, 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% & 100% of full load. Use exhaust gas calorimeter method. Draw the heat balance sheet. (100)

6. Conduct the heat balance test on a diesel engine at 0%, 25%, 50%, 75% & 100% of full load. Use exhaust gas calorimeter method. Draw the heat balance sheet. (100)

7. Determine the Mechanical efficiency of Single Cylinder Slow Speed diesel engine by conducting Retardation test. Apply 25% of maximum load. Tabulate your results. (100)

8. Determine the Mechanical efficiency of Single Cylinder Slow Speed diesel engine by conducting Retardation test. Apply 40% of maximum load. Tabulate your results. (100)

9. (a) Draw the Port timing diagram of two stroke engine observing opening and closing of various ports. Also draw the theoretical Valve timing diagram of four stroke engine. (50) (b) Draw the Valve timing diagram of four stroke petrol engine observing opening and closing of inlet and exhaust valves. (50)

10 (a) Determine the viscosity of given oil using Redwood viscometer at 40oC, 50oC, 60oC, 70oC and 80oC. Draw the graph between viscosity and temperature. (b) Determine the Flash and Fire point of given oil using Open cup apparatus. (60) (40)

11 (a) Determine the Flash and Fire point of given oil using Open cup apparatus.

(40)

(b) Draw the Valve timing diagram of four stroke petrol engine observing opening and closing of inlet and exhaust valves. Also draw the theoretical Valve timing diagram of petrol engine. (60)

12 (a) Determine the Flash and Fire point of given oil using Open cup apparatus.

(40)

(b) Draw the Port timing diagram of two stroke engine observing opening and closing of various ports. Also draw the theoretical Valve timing diagram of four stroke engine. (60)

13 Conduct the performance test on Steam boiler. Determine Evaporative capacity, Equivalent evaporation, Factor of evaporation and Boiler efficiency. Tabulate the results. (100)

14 Conduct the heat balance test on Steam boiler and steam turbine @ a particular pressure. (100)

15 Conduct the performance test on Steam turbine. Determine Mechanical efficiency, Brake thermal efficiency, Rankine efficiency & Specific steam consumption. (100)

16. Determine dryness fraction of steam using combined separating and throttling calorimeter. (100)

17. Conduct the Morse test on multi-cylinder petrol engine and determine Friction power and Mechanical efficiency in the each cylinder of the engine and tabulate your results. (100)

18. (a) Draw the Port timing diagram of two stroke engine observing opening and closing of various ports. Also draw the theoretical Valve timing diagram of four stroke engine. (70) (b) Explain the importance of Port timing diagram in the analysis of engine performance. (30)

19. (a) Draw the Valve timing diagram of four stroke engine observing opening and closing of inlet and exhaust valves. Also draw the theoretical port timing diagram of two stroke engine. (70)

(b) Explain the importance of valve timing diagram in the analysis of engine performance. (30)

20. Conduct the Morse test on multi-cylinder petrol engine and determine Friction power in the each cylinder of the engine and there by calculate the Mechanical efficiency of the engine and tabulate your results.

Mark Distributions

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Description Aim and Procedure Tabulation and Calculation Results and Graphs Record Viva Voce Total

Maximum Marks 20 40 20 10 10 100

Please Note: 1. The split up of marks could be modified with the concerns of Internal and External Examiners.