Many car models have 4-stroke engines, but few understand the inner workings of the engine block during operation.
The Warped Perception channel conducted an intriguing experiment to educate individuals about the inner workings of an internal combustion engine during its operation.
The individuals from this channel have taken the car’s engine block to the laboratory. They have proceeded to remove the protective components and have begun recording in Slow Motion mode. This will facilitate our understanding of the internal processes that occur within the internal combustion engine while it is in operation.
To enhance your understanding of the problem, take a look at the Infographic below before watching the video. It will provide you with valuable insights on how the engine works.
The link to the video is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdW1t8r8qYc
The internal combustion engine has a specific structure that enables it to function efficiently.
|No||Name Details||Duties of details|
|first||Cylinder||Is the part that covers the outside of the Piston. This part is responsible for making the combustion chamber, and guiding the piston to move forward|
|2||Piston||Responsible for 2 main jobs: Compressing fuel, and converting heat energy into kinetic energy through the sliding mechanism inside the cylinder.|
This is a mechanism that directly connects the piston and crankshaft, so it is designed to be sturdy and durable with reinforced steel.
Is the part connected to the connecting rod that is responsible for converting from translational motion to rotational motion to provide kinetic energy to the flywheel and receive force from the flywheel to act back on the piston to perform a new cycle.
|5||Gas distribution structure||
These are the parts in the engine that are responsible for filling new air into the combustion chamber, and exhausting old air from the combustion chamber.
Responsible for bringing lubricating oil from the tank to every detail inside the engine.
|7||Fuel and air supply system||
This system includes details: injectors, filter mechanisms, carburetor… This part is responsible for mixing clean air with fuel. Every time a new cycle begins, this mixture enters the combustion chamber.
This part helps keep the engine temperature stable at an acceptable level.
The starting system allows the first cycle of the engine in a new session.
The functioning of internal combustion engines