a prism of brittle material when subjected to stress, it breaks without significant plastic deformation. Brittle materials absorb relatively little energy prior to fracture, even those of high strength. Breaking is often accompanied by a snapping sound.
1) In compression, a prism of brittle material will break
By forming a bulge by shearing along oblique plane
Related KPCL AE Mechanical Question Paper - 2018 with Answer Key
Quantitative governing In this system of governing, the quality of charge (i.e. air-fuel ratio of the mixture) is kept constant. But the quantity of mixture supplied to the engine cylinder is varied by means of a throttle valve which is regulated by the centrifugal governor through rack and pinion arrangement.
The spark ignition engines are governed by Quantitative governing
the part load efficiency of SI engine is poor because air fuel ratio remains constant even if we need low power
Qualitative governing In this system of governing, a control valve is fitted in the fuel delivery pipe, which controls the quantity of fuel to be mixed in the charge. The movement of control valve is regulated by the centrifugal governor through rack and pinion arrangement.
The compression ignition engines are governed by Qualitative governing
part load efficiency of ci engine is good because we can use lean mixture and rich mixtures easily according to our requirement
Deflection for center load = WL^3/48EI.
Deflection for udl load = 5WL^3/384EI.
Ratio of both load = 8/5.
Does not depend on the mass of the system, like temperature, pressure, etc.
Extensive properties The properties of the system, whose value for the entire system is equal to the sum of their values for the individual parts of the system, are called extensive properties.
For example, total volume, total mass and total energy of a system are extensive properties.
Intensive properties The properties of the system, whose value for the entire system is not equal to the sum of their values for the individual parts of the system, are called intensive properties.
For example, temperature, pressure and density of a system are intensive properties.