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Diesel engine thermal efficiency

The process of how a diesel engine works is quite fascinating. The diesel fuel itself is a petroleum-based fuel that contains three essential hydrocarbons that go into the cylinder of the engine. But first, air is pulled into the cylinder…
6 Causes Of Car Won’t Accelerate Symptoms

The symptoms of a car not accelerating can be occur on many high mileage vehicles. A driver might not notice them in the usual driving but they become abundantly clear during the circumstances like driving up a hill or during the quick…
What Does a PCV Valve Do

The PCV, an abbreviation for Positive Crankcase Ventilation, is a control device whose purpose is to send partially burned gases to the engine’s combustion chamber from the crankcase of the engine. The PCV is one of the oldest and most…
Engine Over Heat Symptoms

Warning!!! For owner of vehicles whose engine fast heat or air temperature heat faster. Never underestimate this problem, because it would be severe, not only for the car but also the driver of the vehicle. Especially if the car broke…
How Vtec Works?

Not everyone knows what it stands Vtec, but probably almost everyone has read Vtec on vehicle sales brochure. Then what is it? And how Vtec works? Vtec ia an abbreviation of variable valve timing and Lift Electronic Control. Vtec is…
Diesel Engine vs Gasoline Engine Comparison

Internal combustion engines have truly been a hallmark of 20th century invention and innovation. They have powered cars, trucks, aircraft, boats, and much more. These are machines that are the workhorse of the modern era, so it helps to know…
Internal combustion engine fundamentals

Internal combustion is based on the idea that you can create lots of energy when you burn gasoline in a small enclosed area. When you are able to harness the expanding gas that comes from this process then you have…