How Car Transmission System Works
Please Note: The differential gear system was mistakenly animated, and the actual rotation of the pinion and the ring gear is opposite to what is shown here.
Know how the transmission system inside an automobile works. Do not forget to hit like if you found this video useful. For more details on transmission system visit:http://www.theautopartsshop.com/carsystem/transmission-system.html
5-Stroke Engine - Concept
Further information at www.5-stroke-engine.com
Mario Illien, expert on racing engines expresses his opinions regarding the 5-stroke concept (inventor: Gerhard Schmitz, Belgium). The video has been released for publication by courtesy of NZZ.
Fuel: An Understanding Of Automobile Systems
I made this for my Driver's Ed class summer of 2008. It's a short overview of the different systems that make up a car, set to Metallica's "Fuel". The picture URLs are below:
Diesel Common Rail Injection Facts 1
Diesel Common Rail Injection Facts 1
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Common Rail Diesel Injection video detailing the specifics of the system as a whole, including diesel pump, pressures, and type of injection pattern. Common rail Diesel fuel injection is now the state of the art in engine injection. The Bosch Piezoelectric (crystal) injector operates using a crystal stack, usually Quartz, that changes size when energized. The piezoelectric effect states that when a crystal such a Quarts is squeezed an electric current is generated. By the same token, when electricity is applied to the crystal is changes shape. This minute change in crystal size is used to trigger a small fuel chamber on and off. In turn, this chamber creates a pressure differential at the top of the injector which make it open and close. See further information here.
Presented using advanced software CG animation technology to help you understand. Part of our Diesel and electronic series shown here on this channel. Enjoy...
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4 Stroke Engine
Edit: I know Im spinning it backwards. There was an arrow that misled me when I took this video. This is an example of a 4 stroke(Otto Cycle) Heat Engine.
Visible is the cylinder with surrounding water passages(cooling system routed to radiator)
Valve train, which is control by the two cams attached to the smaller gears, and the crankshaft which is attached to the larger gear and is connected to the piston through connecting rods.
If one pauses at the end, the Otto Cycle chalkboard work is visible, where the isothermal and adiabatic processes required to produce the net work are expressed.
(Taken from Giancoli Ch. 20) The cycle is as such:
a)the gasoline-air mixture flows into the cylinder as the piston moves down.
b)the piston moves upward and compresses the gas
c)the brief instant when firing of the spark plugignites the highly compressed gasoline-air mixture raising it to a high temperature
d)the gases, now at high temperature expand against the piston(in the power stroke)
e) the burned gases are pushed out to the Exhaust pipe; when the piston reaches to the top, the Exhaust valve opens, and the whole cycle repeats.
a, b, d, and e are the four strokes of the cycle.
There is a minor discrepancy in the mechanics of this particular demo; it's cranked the wrong way.
Leak Down Test For 2-Stroke Engines.avi
In this ATV Racing tech segment, Luke shows you how to perform a simple but very important leak check on a freshly assembled 2-stroke top end. For more useful tech articles and everything you could need for your ATV, Dirt Bike, Honda Pilot and much, much more, visit us at atvracing1.com
Octane Ratings and the 4 Stroke Engine Cycle - EricTheCarGuy
I know it has been a while but better late than never. I recently had a conversation with someone who wanted to know why octane ratings were important and what they meant, I thought this would make a perfect video for ETCG and here we are. So in this video we go over the 4 parts of the 4 stroke cycle in a gasoline engine and how it is effected by octane. I like this video because it is a window into the direction I see these videos going in the future, more dynamic and more thought out. I hope you enjoy it and find it informative.
Special thanks to Ford Motor Company for the use of their animation in this video. I did add some stuff of my own by the way, thanks guys.
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How Car Brake Works
Animated video showing the working of braking system in a car. For more detailed information on how the braking system inside a car works, log on to http://www.theautopartsshop.com/carsystem/braking-system.html
Small Engine Repair: Cleaning Carbon Buildup on the Exhaust Port & Muffler on a 2 Stroke Engine
**Always follow the instructions in your repair manual when doing repair or maintenance work on Outdoor Power Equipment. Manuals can be found at the manufacturers website.**
Small engines used in outdoor power equipment often suffer from carbon build up in the cylinder head, Exhaust port and muffler. The is more common in 2 stroke engines than 4, but it does occur in both. In this video I inspect the Exhaust port and muffler on a Echo SRM-230 trimmer. The muffler was very clean, but the Exhaust port had carbon build up that blocked half the port. To clean the port, rotate the engine until the piston skirt is covering the Exhaust port, and take a screw driver and lightly scrape the port to remove the carbon. Than take compressed air and blow out the port to remove the carbon pieces. Mufflers on small engines are usually sealed units, so cleaning them is very difficult if not impossible. Its easy and less expensive to replace a sealed muffler with a new one. Some mufflers have screens, which can be cleaned with a wire brush and compressed air.
This trimmer was run by the previous owner without a trimmer line knife attached to the deflector. This allows the trimmer line to extend beyond the manufacturers recommended length, and this causes a excessive load on the engine. I believe this is primary responsible for the carbon build up on the port.