Otto cycle

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Etymology[edit]

Named after Nikolaus Otto, German engineer.

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Otto cycle

  1. The basic thermodynamic cycle of the normal four-stroke internal combustion engine - isentropic compression, constant-volume heat addition, isentropic expansion, and constant-volume heat rejection.

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