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Mechanical By Venugopal legendarc7@yahoo.com

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Wood power engine

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Explanation of parts A Combustion chamber It is used for the burning of wood. For the purpose of getting fuel gases

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Fire & air inlet B c

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CHARCOAL & WOOD reduction zone; contains charcoal; smoke goes trough the accumated charcoal and reacts with it. H20 and CO2 becomes H2 and CO D

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Single cyclone separator The single cyclone separator is mainly used for dividing the dust particles from the smoke

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Dust collector A dust collector is a system used to enhance the quality of air released from industrial and commercial processes by collecting dust and other impurities from air or gas. Designed to handle high-volume dust loads, a dust collector system consists of a blower, dust filter, a filter-cleaning system, and a dust receptacle or dust removal system. It is distinguished from air cleaners, which use disposable filters to remove dust.

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Radiators Radiators are heat exchangers used to transfer thermal energy from one medium to another for the purpose of cooling and heating. The majority of radiators are constructed to function in automobiles, buildings, and electronics. The radiator is always a source of heat to its environment, although this may be for either the purpose of heating this environment, or for cooling the fluid or coolant supplied to it, as for engine cooling.

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Filters & chock valve

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carborator The carburetor works on Bernoulli's principle: the faster air moves, the lower its static pressure, and the higher its dynamic pressure. The throttle (accelerator) linkage does not directly control the flow of liquid fuel. Instead, it actuates carburetor mechanisms which meter the flow of air being pulled into the engine. The speed of this flow, and therefore its pressure, determines the amount of fuel drawn into the airstream.

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When the piston moves down the cylinder on the intake stroke it draws air from the cylinder and intake manifold. A vacuum is created that draws air from the carburetor. The airflow through the carburetor causes fuel to be drawn from the carburetor through the intake manifold past the intake valves and into the cylinder. The amount of fuel mixed into the air to obtain the required air to fuel ratio is controlled by the venturi or choke. When air flows through the venturi its speed increases and the pressure drops. This causes the fuel to be sucked into the air stream from a hole or jet. When the engine is at idle or at rapid acceleration there is not enough air passing through the venturi to draw fuel. To overcome these problems other systems are used. How a carburetor mixes fuel and air

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Ic engine The output carburetor gas fuel is passing throw the ic engine inlet valve

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Bmw car

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Exhaust gases  Nitrogen N2: 50.9%  Carbon monoxide CO: 27.0%  Hydrogen H2: 14.0%  Carbon dioxide CO2: 4.5%  Methane CH4: 3.0%  Oxygen O2: 0.6%.

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Advantages Advantages Wood gas generators have a number of advantages over use of petroleum fuels:  They can be used to run internal-combustion engines (or even gas turbines, for maximal efficiency) using wood, a renewable resource, and in the absence of petroleum or natural gas, for example, during a fuel shortage.  They have a closed carbon cycle, contribute less to global warming, and are sustainable in nature.  They can be relatively easily fabricated in a crisis using materials on hand.  They are far cleaner burning than, say, a wood fire or even a gasoline-powered engine is (without emissions controls), producing little if any soot.

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Dedicated by This presentation is dedicated by :- my friends – uday sanjay chakri

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