How an Engine Works Video for Kids
How an Engine Works
We cannot imagine today what life was like without cars. We absolutely require them for travel and shifting. Have you ever wondered how an engine works? A car engine may look like a big confusing jumble of metal but it is an astoundingly awesome mechanical wonder. A regular car engine is an Internal Combustion Engine that creates energy by burning fuel in a combustion chamber. This fuel could be either diesel or petrol. A gasoline car engine converts gasoline into motion to make your car move.
Quick Facts: –
- The reciprocating piston engine is most commonly used in modern cars.
- Adolf Hitler ordered Ferdinand Porsche to manufacture a Volkswagen. The word meant ‘People’s Car’.
- An Internal Combustion Engine got this name because fuel and air combust to create the energy.
- In an External Combustion Engine, the fuel is burned outside and the energy created from the burning process is used to power it.
- Steam Engine is a good example of external combustion engine where the coal burns outside.
- Internal Combustion is way more efficient than external combustion as it takes less fuel per mile.
- The combustion cycle has a total of four phases which are Intake, Compression, Combustion, and Exhaust.
- In 1860, Jean Joseph Etienne Lenoir patented an engine that injected natural gas into a cylinder.
- Generally, 12-cylinder engines are used in fast and powerful cars.
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