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The project required a lot of guidance and assistance from many people and we are extremely fortunate to have got this all along our project work. Whatever we have done couldnt have been done without such guidance and assistance and we would take this opportunity to thank them. We respect and thank Dr. P.K. Patowari, Head of the Department, Mechanical Engineering, NIT Silchar 13, for giving us an opportunity to do the project work as a partial fulfillment of the course in B.Tech and providing us all support and guidance which made us proceed with the project. We owe our profound gratitude to our project guide Dr. R.D. Misra, Department of Mechanical Engineering, NIT Silchar who took keen interest on our project work and guided us all along, by providing all the necessary information for our project work. We are extremely grateful to him for providing such a nice support and guidance though he had busy schedule. I am thankful to and fortunate enough to get constant encouragement, support and guidance from all the other teaching and non-teaching staff of department of Mechanical Engineering for their timely support.

Abhik Paul (10-1-2-012) Joydeep Roy (10-1-2-014) Satyajit Choudhury (10-1-2-025) Mrigonav Saikia (10-1-2-030) Punit Jain (10-1-2-035)

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I. II. III. Acknowledgement......i Contents ......ii Abstract .iii

1. Introduction1 2. Different types of Six Stroke Cycle...............3 3. Working of the two six stroke cycles .....9 Lean Combustion Six Stroke Engine....9 Water Injection (Crowers) Six Stoke Engine..12 4. Ideas and Progress of Work.16 Present Work Status...17 5. Future Aspirations .18 6. Conclusion...19 7. References20

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It is of common knowledge that modern automobiles run on Internal Combustion Engines powered by fossil fuels, which are depleting at an exponential rate. Many innovations have been suggested to improve fuel economy. The present idea/innovation is one such attempt. It utilizes the concepts of two well-known six stroke cycles, viz. Water injection (Crowers) six stroke cycle and Lean combustion six stroke cycle. The resultant is an eight stroke cycle, consisting of a suction stroke, three compression strokes, three expansion (power) stroke and an exhaust stroke. The lean combustion helps us to achieve better fuel utilization, efficiency and economy. The water injection gives us a power stroke without use of any extra fuel. The present idea has the potential to be efficient as well as eco-friendly.

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