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Discussion Forum : Automobile Engineering - Section 3 (Q.No. 4)
A four-cylinder engine has a capacity of 2.4 litres. The swept volume of one cylinder is
400 cm3
600 cm3
1200 cm3
2400 cm3
Answer: Option
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Pandey GS said:   5 years ago
It should be, 400mm^3.

Sudhakar said:   5 years ago

We can calculate the only total volume of per cylinder because we don't know clearance volume
2.4L=2400cc or 2400 cm3 this is the total volume of four cylinders so per cylinder total volume is 600cc.

But swept volume = 600 - clearance volume.
May be swept volume = 560 to 570 cc.

Suneel jawre said:   5 years ago

Why divide by 4?

Naik Rishi said:   7 years ago
You are right @Lokesh.

Lokesh said:   7 years ago
For one cylinder:.

Swept volume= total volume - clearance volume.

TOTAL VOLUME (for one cylinder) =2400/4=600.
=> swept volume <600.
Because 600-clearance volume<600.

Rahul said:   7 years ago
Good explanation @Bhavesh @Harsh.

Harsh said:   7 years ago
2.4lit = 2400mm3.
2400/4= 600mm3.

This is the correct answer.

Ganesh said:   7 years ago
Good explanation, Thanks @Bhavesh.

Mazhar Quresh said:   7 years ago
Well said @Chaudhari.

Dhavalo said:   8 years ago
Well said @Bhavesh.

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