Introduction: basic engine types, their operation and testing;
Idealized cycles and processes; IC engine fuels: Stoichiometry,
properties and tests; Combustion: SI engine, CI engine and gas
turbines; Exhaust gas analysis and air pollution: pollution
formation mechanism, measurement and control; Fuel metering:
SI engines, CI engines; Air capacity of engines: two and four
stroke cycles, naturally aspirated and supercharged; IC engine
cooling and lubrication systems; Performance and design:
Naturally aspirated engines and supercharged engines, design
considerations, application of principle of similitude in engine
ME 417: Internal Combustion Engines [3.00 Credit Hours]
Dr. Md. Zahurul Haq
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Bangladesh University of Engineering
and Technology (BUET),
© Dr. Md. Zahurul Haq 
Lecture Plan & Notes [2019/18] Course Outline
Heywood (2018), Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals, McGraw-Hill.
Ferguson & Kirkpatric (2015), Internal Combustion Engines, J. Wiley & Sons.
Taylor (1985), The Internal-Combustion Engine in Theory & Practice, The MIT Press.
Stone (2012), Introduction to Internal Combustion Engines, Palgrave Macmillan.
McAllister, Chen & Pello (2011), Fundamentals of Combustion Processes, Springer.
Lumley (2000), Engines - An Introduction, Cambridge UniversityPress.
Obert (1973), Internal Combustion Engines & Air Pollution, Harper & Row.
Combustion Basics 
Combustion in SI Engines
Combustion in CI Engines and Gas Turbines
Engine Intake & Exhaust Systms
Engine Air Charging
Engine Volumetric Efficiency & Similitude in Design
Engine Cycles and Processes
Engine Performance Parameters
Engine Cooling & Lubrication
Additional Course Notes (from ME 401 )
Engine fuel metering
Engine Exhaust emissions