Asked in Cars & Vehicles, Science, Combustion Engines
How does a two stroke engine combine the four strokes of a typical internal combustion engine?
A two stroke engine combines the four strokes of a typical internal combustion engine into two strokes instead of four. ...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles, Combustion Engines
What are the four strokes of an internal combustion engine?
Intake, Combustion, Power, Exhaust
What are the four strokes of internal combustion engine?
intake stroke, compression stroke, power stroke, exhaust stroke in that order ...
What are the four strokes of an internal combustion?
Evacuation, intake, compression, expansion.
What engine is an example of an internal combustion engine?
The four-stroke engine used in automobiles is an example of an internal combustion engine. ...
Asked in Chevrolet
What are the four strokes in a Chevy v-8 engine called?
The four strokes are intake, compression, combustion, exhaust.
Asked in Yamaha Motorcycles
What are the four strokes of a four-stroke cycle engine?
Similarities between a four stroke engine and a two stroke engine?
both are the type of internal combustion engin
What is the correct sequence of strokes in a four-stroke engine?
Air and fuel intake, compression and ignition, combustion and expansion, exhaust ...
Asked in Inventions
What did Nicolas Otto invent?
The four stroke internal combustion engine. One of the most important landmarks in engine design comes from Nicolaus Otto who in 1876 invented an effective gas motor engine. Nicolaus Otto built the first practical four-stroke internal combustion engine called the "Otto Cycle Engine," and when he completed his engine, ...
Asked in Suzuki Motorcycles, Yamaha Motorcycles
What is the difference in combustion in a 2 stroke engine and a 4 stroke engine?
2 stroke means it takes two strokes for a power stroke and 4 sroke takes four strokes for power stroke so in otherwise 2 strokes are way faster and more torqey ...
How many pistons are in a 4 stroke internal combustion engine?
A four stroke internal combustion engine can have any number of pistons, from one to one million. They usually have even numbers in order to maintain engine stability. The "four stroke internal combustion" signifies the type of engine. There are two stroke internal combustion engines, mostly one or two cylinder engines used in lawn mowers. An internal combustion engine is one that ignites an air fuel mixture within itself and uses the resulting explosion for power. There are external combustion engines, which are...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
How long has the car engine been around for?
The first four-stroke gasoline internal combustion engine was invented by German engineer Nikolaus August Otto in 1876. Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach mounted an internal combustion engine onto a bicycle, creating the first motorcycle in 1885, and in 1887 they manufactured their first car. In the meantime, Karl Benz produced his first car with an internal combustion engine in 1886. ...
Asked in Fuel and Engines
How many rotations of the crankshaft are required to complete each stroke of a four stroke cycle engine?
A stroke is half of a revolution. 2 revs is 4 strokes one another is the same a 4 stroke engine goes through 2 revolutions to complete one cycle a cycle is an X number of strokes to complete combustion and power process in an internal combustion engine ' The intake stroke is the first downward movement of the piston, half of a revolution. The next half of a rev is the compression stroke, then power stroke, and exhaust stroke. ...
State the four main pollutants emitted by an internal combustion engine?
Carbon Monoxide, Nitrogen Monoxide, Hydro Carbons, Nitrogen Dioxide
What is the average temperature inside the combustion chamber of an internal combustion gasoline engine?
Temps can be close to 3600 deg f away from surfaces. Surfaces however are kept cool by the engines cooling system and the fact that the burning mostly takes place in only 1 of the four strokes. Exhaust manifolds can reach temps of over 1800 deg. f ...