SMA SR305-230E-C1 Engine

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Compression Ignition Engine in the
J182T Aircraft
Cessna Single Engine Aircraft
Maintenance
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Course Outline
• Compression Ignition (Diesel) Technology
• Cessna J182T SMA Engine
• J182T Engine Indication
• Fuel Cap Changes
• J182T Performance Data
• Questions, Answers and Wrap-Up
Compression Ignition (Diesel) Technology
Compression Ignition (C.I.), better known as “diesel” engines do
not use an ignition system for combustion of fuel in the
cylinders.
C.I. Engines ingest air without fuel. When the air is compressed
by the piston during the compression stroke, fuel is injected into
the cylinder. The heat of the air compression process causes
the fuel to combust spontaneously, this drives the piston
downward and powers the engine.
Combustion timing is controlled by the timing of fuel injection
into the cylinder.
Compression Ignition (C.I.) Engine Technology
C.I. Engine Technology
C.I. Engine Technology
C.I. Engine Technology
C.I. Engine Advantages
C.I. engines have several advantages over gasoline engines:
They burn less fuel than a petrol engine performing the same
work
They have no high voltage electrical ignition system
They generate less waste heat in cooling and exhaust
The carbon monoxide content of the exhaust is minimal
Jet A cylinder lubrication properties
Cessna J182T SMA Engine
SMA SR305-230E-C1 oil and air cooled engine
ECU Controlled with Manual Backup
Single lever power control
Hartzell composite constant speed prop
Approved for Jet-A fuel only
SMA SR305-230E-C1 Engine
4-cylinder, horizontally opposed engine
Direct drive engine, no gearbox or clutch
Turbocharged and intercooled with no waste gate
Air and oil cooled
Single power lever and computer controlled fuel
scheduling
Fully mechanical, redundant backup fuel control
system
100% power available to 10,000 ft standard
atmosphere
75% power available at 20,000 ft standard atmosphere
2400 hr TBO
SMA SR305-230E-C1 Engine
P2/T2 Sensor
Air Cooling
Fins
Oil Cooling
Pressure Line
Oil Cooling
Galley for
Exhaust Valve
Prop Governor
SMA SR305-230E-C1 Engine
Fuel Injector
Return Lines
Fuel Injector
Lines
Vacuum Pump
Turbocharger
Fuel Filter
SMA SR305-230E-C1 Engine
Air Shut Off
Valve
Fuel Injection
Pump
ECU
Fuel Injection
Pump
Back-up Power
Lever
Connection
Control
Actuator
ECU Harness
SMA ECU System
SMA Fuel System
SMA Starting System
J182T Engine Indication
SMA J182T Engine Controls
SMA J182T Engine Controls
SMA Engine Indication
G1000 EIS Display Normal Mode
G1000 EIS Display Backup Mode
G1000 EIS Softkeys
Fuel Cap Changes
Jet-A Fueling
Standard Jet-A
Fuel Truck
Nozzle
Jet-A Fueling
Jet- A Spade
Nozzle Does Not
Allow Fueling with
Round Avgas
Nozzle
Flapper Doors Prevents
Fuel Siphoning if Cap is
Left Off
Jet-A Fueling
Jet-A Nozzle Inserted
into Fuel Filler
Assembly Note “Stop”
for Nozzle
Flapper Doors Opened by
Jet-A Nozzle
Jet-A Fueling
Standard Jet-A
Fuel Truck
Nozzle
J182T Performance Data
Review
• Compression Ignition (Diesel) Technology
• Cessna J182T SMA Engine
• J182T Engine Indication
• Fuel Cap Changes
• J182T Performance Data
• Questions, Answers and Wrap-Up
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