# In a motorcycle engine, after combustion occurs in the top of the cylinder, the piston is forced down as the mixture of gaseous product undergoes an adiabatic expansion. Find the average power involved in this expansion when the engine is running at 4000 rpm, assuming that the guage pressure immediately after combustion is 15.0 atm, the initial volume is 50.0 cm3 , and the volume of the mixture at the bottom of the stroke is 250 cm3 . Assume that the gases are diatomic and the time involved in the expansion is one half that of the total cycle.

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Inin a motorcycle engine, after combustion occurs in the top of the cylinder, the portion is forced down as a mixture of gaseous products undergoes in adiabatic expansion. find the average power involved in this expansion when the engine is running at 80km/hr, assuming that the pressure immediately after combustion is at the initial volume is 60cm³, and the volume of the mixture at the botton of the store is 300cm³. assure that the gases are diatomic and that the time involved in the expansion is one half that of the total cycle.
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In a motorcycle engine, after combustion occurs in the top of the cylinder, the piston is forced down as the mixture of gaseous product undergoes an adiabatic expansion. Find the average power involved in this expansion when the engine is running at 4000 rpm, assuming that the guage pressure immediately after combustion is 15.0 atm, the initial volume is 50.0 cm3 , and the volume of the mixture at the bottom of the stroke is 250 cm3 . Assume that the gases are diatomic and the time involved in the expansion is one half that of the total cycle.

Shane Macguire, 6 years ago