By Tim Gilles
Car Engines: prognosis, fix, Rebuilding 6E is a perfect ebook to construct readers technical services and important pondering abilities, whereas supplying them with details on present traits and matters. It includes up to date, actual, and finished info on what's had to diagnose, fix, and rebuild automobile engines.
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Freezing and boiling protection is provided by a mixture of water and coolant in a concentration of about 50% water and 50% coolant. One of coolant’s important jobs is to inhibit rust and electrolysis, which cause corrosion. The bimetal engine, found in some of today’s cars and trucks, combines iron cylinder blocks and aluminum cylinder heads. These two dissimilar metals promote electrolysis, or the creation of an electrical current. Electrolysis causes much faster deterioration of metals. SPARK AND COMPRESSION IGNITION Although this text does not deal specifically with diesel engines, most of the automobile engine information included here applies to light-duty diesel engines found in some passenger cars and light trucks.
Each cylinder is provided with two separate lobes to operate the intake and exhaust valves. Highperformance OHC engines often have two cams per cylinder head. 32b). DOHC engines have become more common in recent years as the base engine of many vehicle manufacturers. 32 In-line four cylinder overhead cam engine. (a) An OHC engine with the cam positioned over the valve. (© DaimlerChrysler Corporation). (b) A dual overhead cam (DOHC) engine. 33). When the ignition system uses a distributor, some OHC engines use an auxiliary shaft to drive it, whereas others have a crankshaftdriven distributor.
The first automotive production hemi was a 180 HP model, introduced by Chrysler in 1951. By 1956, the Chrysler 300-B hemi had 340 HP. Hemi engines were popular in stock car racing and drag racing throughout the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. 46 has wedge cylinder heads. 45 A vintage dragster with a hemi engine. 46 This vintage four engine dragster has wedge cylinder heads. (Courtesy of Tim Gilles) KEY TERMS BDC bimetal engine blowby companion cylinders TDC transverse engine compression ratio displacement firing order lower end STUDY QUESTIONS 1.
Automotive Engines: Diagnosis, Repair, Rebuilding (6th Edition) by Tim Gilles