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In conjunction with the CT 159 test stand and the HM 365 load unit, the two-stroke petrol engine is highly suitable for use in teaching the fundamentals of engine functioning and measurement.
The engine used here is an air-cooled single-cylinder two-stroke petrol engine with a membrane carburettor. The engine is started by an electric motor mounted in the HM 365 unit. The air cooling is effected by blades attached to the flywheel. The engine output is dissipated via a centrifugal clutch. The HM 365 load unit is coupled by way of a covered V-belt drive. Because of the high speed this engine is provided with a smaller pulley than other engines in the series.
The engine includes a sensor to measure the exhaust gas temperature. The sensor, ignition cut-off and fuel supply are connected to the CT 159 test stand.
Learning Objectives / Experiments
in conjunction with CT 159 test stand and HM 365 load unit
- familiarisation with a four-stroke petrol engine
- plotting of torque and power curves
- determination of specific fuel consumption
- determination of volumetric efficiency and lambda (fuel-air ratio)
 air-cooled single-cylinder two-stroke petrol engine for installation in CT 159 test stand
 engine mounted on a base plate with vibration dampers
 force transmission to brake via pulley, gear transmission 2:1
 engine completely equipped with fuel line, throttle cable and exhaust gas temperature sensor
 fuel hose with self-sealing quick-release coupling
Air-cooled single-cylinder petrol engine
power output: 1,32kW at 7000min-1
- bore: 42,5mm
- stroke: 32mm
Dimensions and Weight
Weight: approx. 8kg
Scope of Delivery
1 engine, complete with all connections and supply lines