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Formulas And Constants for Gas Engine Design

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Formulas And Constants for Gas Engine Design
Harry E Dey
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082 per minute is equal to the number of R. P. M. Of a single-acting pump multiplied by the number of gallons per revolution as given in the table.
The formula given is not theoretically correct, but answers all prac- tical requirements.
If the thermal efficiency of a gas engine were 100 per cent, that is, if all the heat were converted into work, there would be no rejection of heat into the cylinder walls, and consequently no need for cooling water. Again, if the thermal efficiency were 50 per
... cent, one-half the heat would be rejected into the walls and exhaust while the other half was converted into work. The formula, therefore, is not theoretically cor- rect, as it does not take into consideration the percentage of heat con- verted into energy and which thus disappears.
Using the same notation, the formula should properly be: (I. H. P. 33, 000 \ / 33, 000 X I. H. P. \ E 778 / \ 778 / 33, 000 X I. H. P. 33, 000 X I. H. P. X E 778 XE WATER REQUIRED FOR COOLING 37 660, 000 660, 000 E 778 # If E = 12% per cent, then: 660, 000 82, 500 = 5938B.


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