Case Study: TO Improve The Performance of Bajaj Kawasaki 4-S Auto Vehicle
Chirag A Panchal1, D.C. Gosai2

1D.C. Gosai, Mechanical Department, Bharuch, India.
2Panchal Chirag, Post Graduate Student, S.V.M.I.T Bharuch, India.

Manuscript received on 23 March 2015 | Revised Manuscript received on 30 March 2015 | Manuscript published on 30 March 2015 | PP: 22-24 | Volume-4 Issue-1, March 2015 | Retrieval Number: A1337034115©BEIESP
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Abstract: Energy conservation and efficiency have always been the quest of engineers concerned with internal combustion engines. Energy crisis has been matter of concern to all over the world and it is better understood by more and more energy users. Almost 90% of energy needs of the world are provided by fossil fuels which are depleting at an alarming rate. The efficiency of most commercially IC engine ranges from 38% to 42%. Therefore, between 58% and 62% of the fuel energy content is lost in the form of west heat. Approximately 30% is retained in the exhaust gas and the reminder is removed by the cooling etc. More than 55% of the energy which is produced during the combustion process is removed by cooling water/air and through the exhaust gas. Recently much attention have been focused on achieving higher efficiency by reducing energy loss to coolant during the power stroke of the cycle. Experimental effect appears on actual practice of Bajaj Kawasaki 4-S champion two wheeler. By doing different maintenance case, it focuses that 18.22% increase in fuel efficiency and exhaust emission also improves.
Keyword: Fuel Efficiency, Emission, Average, Bajaj Kawasaki 4-s Champion Bike

Scope of the Article: Mechanical Design