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 there is another type of engine, Dual Combustion Engine, however, today we will differentiate between these two engines (2-Stroke & 4-Stroke), so let's dive into the topic.
First, let's see what is a Two-Stroke Engine?
We call an engine 2-stroke when the four successive strokes, i.e. Suction, Compression, Power, and Exhaust are completed in 1 revolution of the crankshaft, which means in the 360-degree rotation of a crankshaft all the successive strokes are completed.
And What is a Four-Stroke Engine?
And again we call an engine 4-stroke when the same successive strokes (Suction, Compression, Power, and Exhaust) are completed in the 2-revolution of the crankshaft. i.e. 720-degree rotation of the crankshaft.
These are the basic things you know when you find the differences, so now let's see some more differences between a 4-stroke engine and a 2-stroke engine.
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