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An engine is a device that provides the power to drive a car. From this engine the car gets the speed and that speed is driven by the wheel with the help of various machines. Most of the cars that are used in our country nowadays have internal combustion engines. However, some knowledge about all the other engines is also being discussed briefly.
Electric Engine: Such engines are powered directly by electricity. This type of engine is not used much in this country - the reason is that the car battery needs to be recharged after driving 30/40 miles. These types of battery charging systems are less common in our country.
These cars have some electric batteries or secondary batteries i.e. accumulators instead of petrol engines.
The electrical energy pressure of a cell is 2 volts - electrical energy from a battery or accumulator made in this way enters the electric motor. This type of electric vehicle requires about 110 volts of electric pressure. 55 cell batteries are required.
Moreover, 5/7 more cells are always needed to keep the pressure full. This car has a controller with the driver's front deck. It works the same way an electric switch turns on and off. The speed of the vehicle is controlled by a regulator type device.
Voltmeters and ohmmeters are always kept to see if the cells are working properly.
Petrol-Electric Blended Engine: The initial speed of this vehicle is transmitted with petrol. With its help, electric energy is created in Dynamo. He turns on his motor.
This type of motorized car can travel long distances - it does not require frequent battery charging. The electric motor is connected to the rear wheels by spare gears or chains. It does not have a battery - instead it is powered by a petrol engine Dynamo. This car is very useful for hauling heavy goods. Many companies abroad use this car to carry goods. Its use is still very low in our country.
Steam Engine:The steam engine was first invented by the famous scientist James Watt. Before the invention of the petrol engine, motor vehicles used to run on this engine just like trains. Nowadays, after the invention of the petrol or diesel engine, it can be said that it is not in vogue - because the petrol engine is very efficient and convenient.
The steam engine has a boiler - it is accompanied by a steam engine. Its speed is not more than 30 miles per hour. It does not require a clutch and gearbox. This engine runs only when steam enters through the engine's admission valve. This engine is two-cylinder and double-acting. The engine is near the rear axle.
Steam engines were greatly improved in the United States and Canada. The cost of making this car is high - it is also quite heavy. However, it is much easier to operate. Nowadays there are no such cars in our country as some of them are running abroad.
1. Suction Professor Gas- It is sometimes used when there is a great shortage of petrol etc. Many times engines made in this way are used in scooters, motorcycles, etc.
2. Liquid fuel or kerosene oil is very effective.
3. Gas-powered engines made of liquids like petrol, diesel, etc.
Internal Combustion Engine: This type of engine is the most common engine today. It is everyone's favorite nowadays. This type of engine is most prevalent in the neighboring countries including Bangladesh and almost all over the world. This engine can be used to drive anything from very light cars to very heavy cars. Even heavy lorries, buses can all be driven at high speeds by this engine.
Small machines are used in small cars and big machines are used in big cars.
Necessary equipment or parts in a car without an engine: The main thing that is added to the engine-driven car is mainly-
1. Radiator And between them is the engine cooling fan.
2. Clutch The gearbox shaft of the engine is connected to the shaft.
3. Accelerator reduces or increases the speed of the engine.
4. Steering system Which car drives in which direction.
5. Carburetor wire and cooling system; Cold storage.
6. Storage battery; This is what is done in the middle of the car to do some electrical work, such as the fan running lights to give the spark.
7. It comes with a lighting system.
8. Ignition system, spark plug, etc. come with a switch or handle to start the car. Works from the switch attached to the key in modern cars.
9. Brake system.
There are also many other minor and minor parts. These have been discussed in detail later.
The material by which the engine runs, Internal combustion engines can be powered by a variety of fluids. That is-
1. Petrol or gasoline engine;
2. Crude oil or semi-diesel engine;
3. Diesel or compression ignition engine.
This time we are talking about the different types of engines that are used according to the different shapes of the engine.
T type Engine: This type of engine looks a lot like the English T-shape. This is because the cylinder and crankshaft has two inline and exhaust posts on either side. All in all, it looks like the letter T- represent the name.
This engine is surrounded by an engine cooling jacket - called a cooling system. A small spark plug to him on top of it. The method of this engine is very modern and its work is so perfect that it is durable and workable. The details of the broad part of it will be told in full later.
1. Compression chamber; 2. Piston ring; 3. Cooling water; 4. Exhaust port; 5. Collecting rod; 6. Tapet; 7. Crankshaft; 8. Crank Web; 9. Piston pin bus; 10. Spark plug 11. Piston pin; 12. Valve cap; 13. Piston head; 14. Goodbye, 15. Valve Spring 16. Inlet port 17. Cylinder; 18. Connecting rod 19. Camshaft; 20. Cash shaft neon; 21. Crankcase excerpts; 22. The lower part of the crankcase; 23. Crankcase cover.
L type Engine: The Ricardo side-valve engine is called the L type engine because of its long shape. It is so named because all the instruments have angles. It looks exactly like the English letter L.
Although it looks different in size, it has a lot of work capacity and system, much like the T type engine. It also has a cooling system, cylinders, etc. Although different in size, it is also included in the internal combustion engine. Details are given later.
I type Engine: This engine looks a lot like the English letter I. One of the main features of this engine is that it has a water cooling system like the previous two types of engines, it has a system to keep it cool by air instead of water.
It also works in 4 stock methods.
I type Engine Spare Parts List:
1. Cylinder; 2. Spark plug 3. Cooling system 4. High tension cable; 5. Magneta. 6. Exhaust. 7.Gear exhaust. 8. Crank face; 9. Crankshaft; 10. Inner cam; 11. Roller 12. Crank; 13. Connecting rod 14. Air inlet; 15. Carburetor 16. Petrol supply pipes; 17. Engine valve; 18. Inlet valve 19. Inlet manifold; 20 Pushrod; 21. Overhead valve; 22. Piston ring; 23. Exhaust valve; 24. Pushrod; 25. Silencer 26. Petrol tank; 27. Jet.
This engine can be made much lighter than the previous two types of engines but it does not have less performance.
It runs on petrol and is being used more and the work is getting better. Parts and methods are the same - but there are many differences in shape. All four-stroke engines work in almost the same way.
However, their shape and arrangement of parts are different. One thing to keep in mind.
As complicated as the procedure may seem, once you know the actual procedure, it will not seem difficult. Everything else is easy to understand if one understands the structure and function of one of these engines.
V type Engine:
When more cylinders and pistons are used than in a normal engine, they are arranged in the English letter V. That is why it is called V type engine. The description of the cylinder will be discussed in more detail later. Thank you all for reading this article. We (carlistbd.com team) are grateful for the time you have given valuable feedback about the article.