Category: Automobile Engineering

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How Does a Two-Stroke Engine Work? [With Animation & PDF]

Hey Readers today we will discuss about Two-Stroke Engine, let's see How Does a Two-Stroke Engine Work? Also at the end of the article I will give you PDF downloadable link. It is one type of internal combustion engine that complete two-stroke (up-stroke and down-stroke) in one revolution of the crankshaft. I will describe up-stroke and […]

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How many types of fuel supply system in petrol engine?

There are many types of fuel supply system in petrol engine. The basic fuel supply system in an automobile petrol engine consists of a fuel tank, fuel Lines, fuel pump, fuel filter, air cleaner, carburetor, intake manifold. For the supply of fuel from fuel tank to engine cylinder following fuel feed systems are used: Gravity […]

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What is an Internal Combustion Engine [Notes with PDF]

The engine in which the combustion of fuel takes place inside the engine cylinder. It is more compact to occupy less space, more efficient, and portable. Two principal types of reciprocating internal combustion engines are in general use: the Otto Cycle engine & the Diesel engine. The inventor of Otto cycle engine was the German […]

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Brake System: Definition, Function, Types, and Applications (With PDF)

Hello readers, today I am going to discuss the Braking Systems of Automobile. As we all know an automobile is consist of various types of system like lighting system, ignition system, air-conditioning system, etc. etc. Among all these systems, the braking system is one of the most important system. Being a Mechanical Engineer you should […]

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Lubrication System: Petroil, Splash, Pressure, Semi-Pressure, Dry & Wet Sump [PDF]

Lubrication System is important for an Automobile Engine, as an Engine consists of various rotating and moving parts, so we need to lubricate it well otherwise they wear and tear out, and we may face Engine breakdown. Before diving into the Lubrication System, let me give overview of what is Lubricant and What should be […]

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Piston and Types of Piston, Definition, Function, PDF

Piston Definition: A piston is cylindrical in shape and forms the movable portion of the combustion chamber. A piston is a component of reciprocating engines, reciprocating pumps, gas compressors, and pneumatic cylinders among other similar mechanisms. In an engine, it's purpose is to transfer force from expanding gas in the cylinder to the crankshaft via […]

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Carburetor: Definition, Parts, Types, Working Principle, Function (With PDF)

Carburetors are used almost all Si engine for the preparation of combustible air-fuel mixture as a charge. A carburetor is an important part of an automobile engine, today you are going to learn definition, parts, types, working, and function of a carburetor in a petrol engine, also I give you a PDF downloadable link of this […]

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Difference Between Four-stroke and Two-stroke Engine [With PDF]

Hey, how are you? Assuming you are good! Today our discussion on Four-Stroke vs Two-Stroke Engine. As we all know the there are two types of engines (although there are various kinds of engines are available however these are some popular engines we are talking about) one is four-stroke another one is two-stroke. OH! also […]

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Difference Between Petrol and Diesel Engine [With PDF]

Hello readers, welcome to India's Most Trusted Mechanical Blog. I am Amrit, and today I am going to discuss what are the differences between the petrol engine vs Diesel Engine. And how you can defer this in technical terms. So let me first tell you a little about Petrol and Diesel Engine. So what is […]

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Battery Ignition System: Definition, Parts, Working Principle, Applications, Advantages, and Disadvantages (With PDF)

An ignition system in which we use the battery for the generation of electricity and further that electricity is used in cars, commercial vehicles.

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