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Thus, this simple ideal cycle relationship for pressure is not affected by the pres ence of the temperature and density gradients. ) The work of the cycle is the efficiency of the cycle times the heat added (the actual AQ determined by the Δρ measured above), so W = η Δρ = v(CJR)VTOC Δ/7 The engine displacement D is the volume swept out by the piston, and VTDC is fixed by the compression ratio CR such that CR = (£> + VTDC)/ VTDC or VTDC = D/(CR - 1), so W = [(CJR)T)D/(CR - 1)] Ap The mean effective pressure (MEP) is defined as the average pressure required to act on the piston as it moves one displacement to give the work W.
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Advances in Energy Systems and Technology. Volume 4 by Peter Auer and David Douglas (Eds.)