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Discussion Forum : Automobile Engineering - Section 5 (Q.No. 47)
47.
The indicated power of a four-stroke engine (in watts) is equal to (where P = Mean effective pressure in N/m2, L = Length of stroke in metres, A = Cross-sectional area of the piston in m2, and N = Speed of the engine in revolutions per second (r.p.s))
P.L.A.N/2
P.L.A.N
2 x P.L.A.N
P.L.A.N/4
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Uday said:   7 years ago
N = revolution per second or revolution per minute?

Vipin pt said:   8 years ago
In 4 stroke n=N/2.

Lakshman pentela said:   6 years ago
N=RPM.

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