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The spark suddenly ignited in flames.


A petrol engine is ignited by a spark plug, and a diesel engine is ignited by the heat produced from the air/ fuel mixture being compressed in the cylinder


In sufficient quantities, yes. It is highly inflammable.


NO, fuel is ignited by compression.


Because the fuel is ignited by compression, not spark. A totally different principle.



a petrol engine uses petrol which is highly combustable, so it can be ignited by a spark. that is why petrol engines have spark plugs. diesel is an oil based fuel, and takes higher temperatures to ignite, it cannot be as easily ignited by a spark and sometimes cant at all, so diesel engines have no spark plugs and the fuel is ignited under extreme heat due to pressure.


You bet. A bad coil and you have no spark to the plugs. No spark and the fuel cannot be ignited.


The assassination of Archduke Ferdinad of Austria-Hungary was the spark that ignited World War 1.


Because the fuel is ignited by a spark plug rather than by compression as is the case with a diesel.


It was the spark that ignited the war. But it rolled into a world war for other reasons.


glow plugs do not fire glow plugs are used to heat the chamber where the diesel ignites diesel is not ignited by a spark diesel is ignited thru compression


The compressed petrol gas fuel is ignited by a spark plug thus causing the engines' power stroke.


A methane outburst ignited and caused a spark and then immediatly caused the explosion




It was Archduke Franz Ferdinands assassination that is thought to be the "spark" that started ww1



Franz Ferdinand (spelling)? You spelled it correctly.


The U.S had a policy of non-involvement in international affairs at that time. The cause of WW1 is debatable, but the spark that ignited it was the assassination of Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary. The U.S had no intention of being involved in WW1 at this point in time, the U.S finally entered the war in 1917 after merchant and civilian vessels were sunk by German U-boats.


The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand was the "spark" required to light the powder keg which started WW1.


The fuel being ignited by a spark is what propels a rocket to blast off. The mass and the speed are factors as well.


Through the help of a spark plug. An high voltage electrical discharge across the the tips of a spark plug, which sits in the compression chamber, creates a spark which ignites the fuel-air mixture inside.


The spark that set of WW1 was the assasination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria - Hungary.


That is your standard gasoline engine found in most cars today. Fuel/air mixture is ignited by a timed spark, controlled combustion creates power.



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