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Modern auto engine designed

EIGHT STUDENTS of MERI-Kolkata have designed a modern engine to match the increasing power demand of automobiles. The engine is capable of changing its own behaviour according to the varying load, speed and fuel quality.

india Updated: Feb 25, 2006 00:33 IST

EIGHT STUDENTS of MERI-Kolkata have designed a modern engine to match the increasing power demand of automobiles.

The engine is capable of changing its own behaviour according to the varying load, speed and fuel quality.

All the eight students Shyam Sunder Yadav, Bipin Kumar Pal, Divyanshu Agarwal, Prabhat Kumar, Amber Srivastava, Saurabh Kumar, Piyush Sharma and Sanjiv Daukie claimed that the new designed engine known as ‘variable ratio compression ratio engine’ was most suited to the auto vehicles.

They said it not only saved the fuel, but it also enhanced the efficiency of the vehicles.

They said that the engine increased fuel efficiency by 30 per cent, reduced CO2 emissions, served as missing link between Otto and diesel engine, had the multi-fuel capacity and reduced ring forces.

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