How Car Engine Works





Car machines produce power from compressed air expansion in the cylinder contained with the help of fuel that is why it is called an internal combustion engine before entering work let's look at the main parts involved in the work of machines involved in work

The crankshaft is a part that changes the piston linear movement to the rotation style

Piston piston and piston will be driven by compressed air expansion and rotating crankshafts and valves that control airflow and fuel into this vocal cylinder driven by the camshaft of the exhaust and camshafts and camshafts driven by crank itself using belt time there will be lazy pulley and Attention pulley to resist the strict belt in this place here is the internal structure of four-step DOHC 4-cylinder engines commonly found in most hatchbacks and four-step machine sedans must pass four different blows to complete one cycle to produce power

They are the intake and exhaust of the two camshaft crank ratio is 2 which means it will be needed to rotate the revolution to complete a camshaft revolution and camshafts are designed responsively to open or close by a stroke that matches each cylinder let's look at one cylinder and see how the engine is four Steps to work in detail

To turn on the mixture of air-fuel, the spark plug is used, this will turn a mixture of compressed air-fuel with the help of an electric spark, we will lower each stroke, stroke intake, open inlet valve and the downward movement of the piston creates this suction interesting mixture of air-fuel into the cylinder after a mixture of air-fuel is in the cylinder

Compression stroke starts compressing the current mixture both incoming and outlet channel valves remain closed at the end of the compression stroke. The mixture of air-fuel turned on by the explosion spark plugs put pressure and push this piston is a power stroke that produces strength to crank

On the exhaust stroke, the outlet valve is open and the piston pushes the burning cycle of gas from the stroke of the intake keeping the engine running and producing power for the air carburetor engine and fuel mixed in the carburetor assembly and fed into the cylinder in the case of machines injected with fuel Burn is injected into the intake manifold or directly into the cylinder

Because only power stroke produces strength you might be wondering how the engine rotates continuously. The answer is on the crank itself a crazy wheel and crank balancing provides momentum that makes the crankshaft stop immediately

For a four-cylinder engine considering the instance of one-cylinder time is always in power strokes that produce more power and fewer vibrations compared to the one-cylinder engine and that's the way the car engine produces power and still simple to watch and keep setting to watch the presentation of auto tech labs

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