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NUST College of Electrical and

Mechanical Engineering

Department of Mechatronics Engineering
Doc # MTS-CC-
20
Date of Issue:
Lesson Plan


SUBJECT: ME-448: Internal Combustion Engines

CREDIT HOURS: 3-0

CONTACT HOURS: 3 Hours per Week

TEXT BOOKS: Internal Combustion Engines: Applied Thermo sciences, Colin R.
Ferguson, Allan T. Kirkpatrick, 2nd Edition, Wiley

REFERENCE BOOKS: Edward F. Obert, Internal Combustion Engines and Air Pollution,
Harper & Row NewYark.

PREREQUISITE: Thermodynamics

MODE OF TEACHING: Lectures

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Analytical approach to the engineering problem and performance analysis of internal
combustion engines. Study of thermodynamics, combustion, heat transfer, friction, and other
factors affecting engine power, efficiency, and emissions. Design and operating characteristics
of different types of engines.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

1. To make students familiar with the design and operating characteristics of modern
internal combustion engines.
2. To apply analytical techniques to the engineering problems and performance analysis of
internal combustion engines.
3. To study the thermodynamics, combustion, heat transfer, friction and other factors
affecting engine power, efficiency and emissions.
4. To introduce students to the environmental and fuel economy challenges facing the
internal combustion engine.





NUST College of Electrical and
Mechanical Engineering

Department of Mechatronics Engineering
Doc # MTS-CC-
20
Date of Issue:
Lesson Plan


LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon successful completion of the course, the student will demonstrate competency by being
able to:

1. Differentiate among various internal combustion engine designs
2. Recognize and understand reasons for differences among operating characteristics of
different engine types and designs
3. Given an engine design specification, predict performance trends with good accuracy
4. Based on an in-depth analysis of the combustion process, predict concentrations of
primary exhaust pollutants
5. Understand the modern advancements in the design of various components.


TOPICS COVERED:
S.No Topic Week/Lecture
1 Classification/ Working of Internal Combustion Engines 1-2
2 Engine Performance Parameters 3
3 Air Standard Cycles (Otto, Diesel, Dual) 4-5
4 Thermochemistry and Fuels 6-7
5 Air and Fuel Induction 8-11
6 Exhaust Flow 12
7 Emissions & Air Pollution 13-14
8 Friction and Lubrication 15-16
















NUST College of Electrical and
Mechanical Engineering

Department of Mechatronics Engineering
Doc # MTS-CC-
20
Date of Issue:
Lesson Plan


COURSE TARGETS:

S.No Outcomes Level of Learning PLO
1 Understanding the difference between
various types of internal combustion
engines
C2

1
2 Understanding the working of various types
of internal combustion engines
C2 1
3 Understanding engine design specifications C2 2
4 Predict performance based on engine design
specifications
C3 2
5 Understanding combustion process C2 2
6 Predicting engine emissions C3 1
7 Analysing and identify various design
characteristics
C4 2


GRADING SYSTEM:

1. Sessional 30%
2. Assignments 10%
3. Quizzes/Projects 10%
4. Final 50%