How four-stroke gasoline engine working cycle

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How four-stroke gasoline engine working cycle

Postby Roiyco » Fri Oct 17, 2014 9:12 pm

Working process of the engine sub-intake, compression, workmanship, exhaust four processes. Four-stroke engine is these four processes within four stroke piston moves up and down to complete. Intake stroke: intake valve opens, exhaust valves are closed. As the piston moves from the top dead point of bottom dead point is moved, the volume above the piston increases, the cylinder pressure is reduced, the vacuum suction. However, the gas mixture can be sucked into the cylinder. Compression stroke: an intake valve and exhaust valve are closed, the piston moves from the bottom dead center the top dead point moves, the pressure of the mixed gas to the combustion chamber. Workmanship stroke: the end of time compression, intake valve, exhaust valve remains closed, spark plugs send spark ignited combustible mixture, after the violent expansion of the combustion gases, resulting in tremendous pressure, forcing the piston downward rapidly, driven by the crankshaft connecting rod rotation and workmanship. Exhaust stroke: the exhaust valve opening, intake valve closing, the piston moves from the bottom dead center the top dead point moves, the exhaust gas is removed.

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Re: How four-stroke gasoline engine working cycle

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