Category: Automobile Engineering

“When you want to know how things really work, study them when they’re coming apart.”
- William Gibson
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Difference Between Drum Brakes and Disc Brakes [With PDF]

In our daily life, we see the braking effect everywhere, like bicycle, motorcycle, car, bus, train, and more. The list is quite long. So to get the breaking effect we need to have some component which produces the effect, is not it? So that particular component which generates the braking effect is called Breaking System. […]

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Multi-Plate Clutch: Definition, Components or Parts, Working Principle, Advantages, and Application [PDF]

[dropcap]H[/dropcap]ello readers, In this article, we will study Definition, Components or Parts, Working principle, Advantages, Disadvantages, and Application of Multi Plate Clutch. One of the most useful clutches is Multi-plate Clutch among all the other clutches. It is usually made by multiple plates hence it is also known as a multi-plate clutch. Let's start with […]

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Single Plate Clutch: Definition, Parts, Working Principle, Applications Advantages, and Disadvantages [PDF]

Hello readers, today in this article we will discuss the Single Plate Clutch also going to see the components, advantages, disadvantages, and applications of a Single Plate Clutch, so let's dive into the article! Also, the prior component regarding the mechanism of a clutch plate is the flywheel, which is fixed on the crankshaft of […]

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Hydraulic Clutch: Definition, Components, Working Principle, Advantages, Disadvantages, and Applications [PDF]

Hello readers, welcome to another chapter of Clutch. Today in this paper we will study the overview of a Hydraulic Clutch, and see parts, principles, advantages, disadvantages, and the most important part, applications of hydraulic clutches. Definition of a Hydraulic Clutch: The hydraulic clutch is the important category of a multi-plate clutch. It is mainly […]

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Centrifugal Clutch: Definition, Parts, Working Principle, Advantages, Disadvantages, and Applications [PDF]

Hello Readers! Today our discussion topic is on Centrifugal Clutch. This paper is divided into several subheadings i.e. definition, working principle, components, advantages, disadvantages along with applications of a centrifugal clutch. And the most important part, you can find the PDF downloadable link of this whole paper at the bottom of this article! Definition of […]

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Electronic Ignition System: Definition, Parts, Working, Applications, Advantages, and Disadvantages [With PDF]

Electronic Ignition System is developed to improve reliability, improve mileage and decrease emission. Today we will study the Definition, Main Parts, Working Principle, Application, Advantages, and Disadvantages. Note: You can download PDF of the whole document at the end of this article. After studying the Battery and Magneto Ignition system, This is another important type […]

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How Many Types of Engine are there? [With PDF]

The engine can be defined as the energy from one form converts to another form for useful works.

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Difference Between SI (Spark Ignition) and CI (Compression Ignition) Engine [PDF]

HeY! today we will see the difference between Spark-Ignition Engine and Compression Ignition Engine, let's start with the basic overview of SI and CI Engine. And After the article, you will find the PDF downloadable link. What is the Spark Ignition (SI) Engine? Spark Ignition engine are those types of the engine where the combustion […]

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Reciprocating Engine: Overview, Types, Parts & Working [With PDF]

A Reciprocating Engine is a classification of the internal combustion engines in which the piston moves up and down. The top portion of the piston where valves are located is called Top dead center, and the opposite extreme down portion of the piston is called Bottom dead center The air or air-fuel mixture is drawn […]

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What is a 4-stroke engine? [With PDF & Animation]

A four-stroke engine is an Internal combustion engine, where four successive strokes (i.e. Suction-Compression-Power-Exhaust) completes in two revolutions of the crankshaft. Therefore, the engine is called a Four-stroke engine. In recent days the majority of automobile runs on a four-stroke cycle. Basic some terms used in this article: Top dead center (TDC): It is the […]

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