Fuel flow is adjusted by means of precisely calibrated orifices, referred to as jets, in the fuel path. Fig5 : Cross sectional schematic of carburetor 3.5 Types of carburetors 1. Natural or Side Draft carburetor: This carburetor is used where there is little space on top of the engine. The air horizontally into the manifold 2. Updraft carburetor: This type is placed low on the engine and uses a gravity fed-fuel supply.
The diesel engine has an injector that pus fuel into the piston cavity therefore compressing it and it turns into exhaust and goes out of the engine through the manifold and into the turbo and out the exhaust pipe. The engine was first showed on a public floor in 1898. After
How does it Work? Electric power is produced when the blades move by the wind, more like a windmill. The speedier and consistently the wind will blow, the more electricity will be produced. The generated electricity is ‘plugged-in’ via inverter into your home’s standard mains supply. Remember, the wind turbine doesn't work as a “stand-alone” system.
This reduces the energy that the engine moving the tube has to expend, so the tube can move faster. The faster the tube moves, the more air enters the front, causing temperature and pressure to rise inside the tube, causing the gasses to escape at higher speeds at the rear, resulting in greater
PRINCIPLE OF COGENERATION Cogeneration or Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is defined as the sequential generation of two different forms of useful energy from a single primary energy source, typically mechanical energy and thermal energy. Mechanical energy may be used either to drive an alternator for producing electricity, or rotating equipment such as motor, compressor, pump or fan for delivering various services. Thermal energy can be used either for direct process applications or for indirectly producing steam, hot water, hot air for dryer or chilled water for process cooling. Fig.1 Cogeneration It produces two forms of energy from a single fuel source. One of the forms of energy must always be heat and the other may be electrical or mechanical energy.
Invented by Sir Charles Parsons in 1884 it was a revolution of its own and almost completely replaced the Piston steam engine simply because of its thermal efficiency and its power-to-weight ratio, which was a lot better then the one of the Piston steam engine5. Its efficiency also proves itself because of its rotational movement, which is extremely practical when it comes to driving an electrical generator, which is about 80% of all electrical generators in the whole world. Every steam turbine consist of a view simple parts; spinning in the middle of the steam turbine is a axel called the rotor, basically it takes the power from the turbine to the electricity generator, then there are the blades, the job of the blades is to capture as much steam as possible and converting it into rotational energy, every turbine has a set of blades attached to
Some constants and correlations were proposed in the previous research  to arrive with these parameters. However, the constants and correlations were based on the assumptions of 99.9% complete combustion during premixed and diffusion combustion phases alone [10, 12] without late combustion. Therefore, the corrections in the parameters that are influenced by the combustion efficiency are proposed in this study along with the inclusion of modelling the late combustion phase. Two different values are considered for premixed and diffusion combustion