Internal Combustion Engines
The Internal Combustion Engines are used for generation of expanding gases that are instrumental in producing mechanical power. Generally, these types of engines utilize compression heat for burning of fuel like diesel or from the flow of burning gas. The consumed fuel enters their combustion chamber at the end of compression. The functioning of these automobile engines depends on the movement of their cylinder piston towards upward and downward directions. The unique mechanism of these combustion engines has key role in atomization of fuel into the air which passes through carburetor and turns into vapor before entering the cylinder of these engines.
1) The provided Internal Combustion Engines are fueled by diesel and gasoline.
2) These have long functional life.
3) The provided engines are instrumental in improving performance of car.
4) Fuel efficient mechanism.