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Engines and Motors
Types Internal Combustion Engines External Combustion Engines
Internal Combustion-Basic PartsCrankcase Crankshaft Piston Piston Rings Connecting Rod 4-Stroke Engine Valvetrain Camshaft Valves
Crankcase Main Structural component of the engine.
Piston Cylindrical part fitted in a cylinderTransmits power created by the combusting fuel & air
Piston Rings Seals the Piston to the Cylinder Wall
Connecting Rod Links Crankshaft to Piston
Crankshaft Converts the Linear motion of the piston to a Rotary motion.
4-Stroke Engine-ValvetrainCamshaft Operates Valves Valves Open and Close Ports
Internal Combustion Engines4-Stroke Gas 2-Stroke Gas
4-Stroke Gas Engines 4 Stroke / Cycle Intake Compression Power Exhaust
Intake Stroke Piston moves down drawing in fuel and air.
4-Stroke Gas Engines - Intake
4-Stroke Gas Engines - CompressionPiston moves up, squeezing the fuel and air
4-Stroke Gas Engines - Compression
4-Stroke Gas Engines - PowerNear Top Dead Center spark ignites the fuel and air combusting the vapor forcing the piston down.
4-Stroke Gas Engines - Power
4-Stroke Gas Engines - ExhaustPiston moves up forcing out the spent gasses
4-Stroke Gas Engines - Exhaust
4-Stroke Gas Engines 4-Stroke In Action Pros Cons Easy to RefuelLight Weight Inexpensive Cons Only 30% Efficient
2-Stroke Gas Engines Completes the 4-cycles in 2-strokes No ValvetrainUses Transfer Ports
2-Stroke Gas Engines 2-Stroke in action Advantages: Disadvantages:Less Moving Parts Light Weight Twice as Powerful Operating Position Disadvantages: Frequent Rebuilds Pollution Burns Oil
External Combustion EnginesSteam Engines Rocket Engines
Steam Engines Steam engines were the first engine type to see widespread use. Used to pump water
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