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Research Paper | Mechanical Engineering | India | Volume 8 Issue 11, November 2019
Compressed Air Bike with Modification of 4-Stroke Si Engine
K. Sumanth | P. Nagababu | B. Kishore
Abstract: All four stroke cycles of petrol and diesel engines are operating with petrol and diesel fuels. According to literature reviews, petrol and diesel fuels are fossil fuels and emitting more emissions to atmosphere. Thus it is needed to make the internal combustions engines in to pollution free engines. We made a small attempt to operate the four stroke petrol engine with compressed air in place of petrol fuel. But it is very difficult to operate the four stroke engine with compressed air and focused on modification of four stroke single cylinder petrol engine in to two strokes to operate the engine with compressed air by modification of cam profile. The operations of engine are modified by changing cam profile and with new modified is successfully operated with compressed air. The engine is arranged in a Honda kinetic bike frame and petrol tank is replaced by compressed air tank with capacity of 10 bar. . The road test is conducted on bike for different pressers of air varying from 5 to 10 bar. This analysis leave some bench marks for the implementation of compressed air engine and going to replace the fossil fuels for engines such as LPG, petrol, diesel, CNG etc. The two stroke engine bike is successfully operated with compressed air.
Keywords: compressed air engine, 4 stroke engine, 2 stroke engine, 100 cc engine
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 11, November 2019,
Pages: 310 - 312
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