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Yes but why would i explain and just give that knowledge of power away. sorry

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Which stroke forces the piston downward in the four stoke process of an internal combustion engine?

The power stroke. The order is intake, compression, power and exaust. The piston moves down on intake and power but is only forced down on the power stroke

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How much pressure is required to push up and down the piston of a 4cylinder internal combustion engine?

This depends on a lot of factors.Mostly though it would be the compression ratio, which is basically the ratio of the cylinder volume open/closed, and the stroke which would be the length, as well as the bore which would be the width.So how much surface it is hitting (bore) would vary the pressur...

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In an internal combustion engine each up or down movement of a piston is called a what?

a revolution i believe, although that may be for the whole crankshaft not each piston a revolution i believe, although that may be for the whole crankshaft not each piston

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Is there such thing as a six stroke engine?

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Is there such thing as a 350cc 2 stroke engine?

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Can water be used as fuel in internal combustion engine?

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Is there such a thing 12V engine?

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What happens to the nitrogen in an internal combustion engine?

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Is there such thing as a driverless car?

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What are the uses for an internal combustion engine?

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The engine is an example of an internal combustion engine?

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Is a lawnmower an internal combustion engine?

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Why is a car engine an internal combustion engine rather than an external combustion engine?

Because it was found that ICEs deliver power more simply and weigh less than ECEs.

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What term of measurement is used to describe the power of an internal combustion engine?

The most common term is "horsepower" or HP. Also related to Hp is torque measured in ft. lbs. Some other terms include newton meters and kilo-watts. The first two mentioned are the most common though.

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What the piston in engine moves down due to combustion but how does it move up?

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The purpose of a camshaft in an internal combustion engine is to?

Its purpose is to open the right valves at the right times.

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What is the most important difference between an internal combustion engine and an external combustion engine?

in internal combustion engine combustion happens internally in cylinder and in external combustion engine combustion happens externally in boiler

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What is the top speed of a car without using an internal combustion engine?

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What is choke in an internal combustion engine?

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The source of thermal energy in an internal combustion engine?

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What burns in an internal combustion engine of a car?

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Why is nickel used for coating in an internal combustion engine?

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How was the internal combustion engine used in transportation?

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Will brake fluid damage internal parts of a combustion engine when used as a cleaner?

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How many pistons are in a 4 stroke internal combustion engine?

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How do you find the amount of force required to move a cylinder in Internal combustion engine?

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Is a steam engine an internal or external combustion?

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What is the difference between combustion and detonation as in a internal combustion?

When the engine detonates its referring to the engine giving spark to the compressed air/fuel in the cylinder, when theres combustion its simply the explosion that happens after ignition.

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An internal combustion engine uses what kind of energy to do work?

it uses kinetic energy (movement) and a chemical reaction.

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Ten tools used to effect repair on an internal combustion engine?

Plug spannerHammerWire cuttersPliersAllen keysDrillsGear wrenchRubber malletBattery testerAir ratchetSpark plugs / plug spannerGlovesTestes for electrical unitDrew drivers

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Is there such a thing as a car that runs on water?

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What is the average temperature inside the combustion chamber of an internal combustion diesel engine?

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What if you use only oxygen instead of air in an Internal combustion engine?

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Is electric car an internal combustion engine or is the a different type of engine?

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What is the key difference between the piston action of an internal combustion engine and that of a compressed-air engine?

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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

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What is burnt in an internal combustion engine of a car to release energy for the car to move?

Gasoline or diesel. In some rare engines ethanol is burned, of a mixture of gasoline and ethanol.Coming up with this answer would've been easier than posting this question here.If this is for your homework, then try actually using your brain, that's what this is about. Not wether you finished it ...

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Is it possible to use cold air in Internal Combustion engines?

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What is drawn in on the intake stroke in an internal combustion engine?

In a gasoline engine, it is a fuel-air mixture that is drawn in during the intake stroke, unless the engine is fuel injected. In a fuel injected or a diesel engine, it is air, because the fuel (gasoline or diesel) is injected at the "last moment" before ignition.

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Is an engine's bore a measurement of the combustion chamber or the piston?

The cylinder. When you "Bore Out" an engine block, you're making the combustion chamber wider to accommodate larger pistons to increase horsepower. That's usually mostly done in drag racers, not much use for it in a street car, unless you like supportin' the local Policemans Ball.

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What type of engines were in use before the internal combustion engine?

This really depends on your understanding of the word engine.The Egyptians used various man powered machines (basic cranes etc) but a true engine will run without further human input once started. The main contender is obviously the steam engine which was used as transportation, powered lifting, ...

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Is a liquid cooled internal combustion engine more effecient than an air cooled engine?

Not necessarily but usually

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Which of the following is an example of an internal combustion engine?

An internal combustion engine is an engine in which the burning of some fuel, such as gasoline, oil, coal or wood, produces hot gas which drives a piston as the gas expands.

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What does a vacuum power brake booster use to assist the driver in applying pressure to the master cylinder pistons?

If you mean specifically, what type of vacuum, the answer is manifold vacuum. Manifold vacuum is constant and doesn't, change with throttle valve opening, the way ported vacuum does.

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What is the engine piston displacement in liters of an engine whose displacement is listed as 420 cu in?

7.0 liters.1 liter equals about 60.02 cubic inches

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What is the Efficiency of a standard internal combustion engine?

the internal combustion engine works by converting chemical energy (fuel) into heat energy. the heat energy then expands the compressed air to drive the piston down. typically a third of this heat goes straight out of the exhaust, which is why the exhaust gets hot. another third of the heat is ab...

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Is it possible for an internal combustion engine to run underwater?

as long as the air intake is above water and the spark plug connection is not fouled or shorted.

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What force is used to slow down a car?

the force that is used shall be gravity .

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What does a PVC do and what does it stand for in an internal combustion engine?

PVC - Positive Crankcase Ventilation. Used to allow the engine to vent out pressure that is creates while operating. Generally it is vented back into the air intake system after the air filter to get "burned" in the combustion chamber.

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What is the amount of gaseous fuel needed for a single stroke in an internal combustion engine?

depends on the cc of the combustion chamber

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Does a tachometer in an internal combustion engine measure crankshaft revolutions per minute?

RPMs (Revolutions Per Minute) at the crankshaft.

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What is the engine piston displacement in liters of an engine whose displacement is listed as 320 in2?

5.2L if you meant 320 CUBIC inches (in3)

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What type of internal combustion engine is used in F1 cars?

four stroke / petrolNowadays they use V8 2.4 litres engines but there are plans to change to V6 turbocharged engines starting from 2014.

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How is a internal combustion engine similar to a electrical engine?

Well the only way the two are similar is that they both mechanically power or drive something. They both generate power and energy. But one runs off electricity usually magnetic energy. An internal combustion engine runs off a fuel such as gasoline or diesel fuel and emits gases i.e Carbon Monoxi...

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What is the optimum operating temperature for an internal combustion engine?

The engine operating temperature range for most cars is between 195 to 220 degrees Fahrenheit.The optimum temperature is around 212 degrees Fahrenheit.The higher temperature differential between the engine coolant and outside air makes heat transfer more efficient.

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What is used to measure the diameter of piston of an engine?

Someone told me a micrometer?

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Is the internal combustion engine's fuel burns outside the engine in chambers called cylinders?

Internal combustion refers to an engine were the combustion process takes place inside the engine. The cylinders in question are an internal portion of the cylinder block which houses the crankshaft, connecting rods and the pistons which move up and down in the cylinder drawing in the air fuel mi...

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What happens in the cylinder during each stage of the 4- stroke cycle in an internal combustion engine?

Its as simple as 'Suck, Squeeze, Bang, Blow'.1st stroke Down = vacuum draws in air and fuel from carb (suck)2nd stroke UP = Compression of air and fuel (Squeeze)3rd stroke Down = Mixture of air and fuel explodes pushing cylinder down. (Bang)4th stroke Up = Kinetic movement of piston and crank sha...

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What happens to most of the potential energy from the fuel in internal combustion engines?

un burnt fuel is lost out the tail-pipe.

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Why it is important to reduce vibrations in internal combustion engine?

Increased vibration leads to increased component wear, heat, and stress. Also, the less vibration, the more pleasant the car is to drive.

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Why are engines such as the st205 important to have in cars?

Combustion engines allow a car to transfer potential energy stored in gasoline into mechanical energy that powers the pistons to turn a cars' wheels. Simply put, engines, such as the high performance st205 used by Toyota, allow cars to move.

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What is the combustion efficiency in an automobile engine?

It varies somewhat depending on engine design, but a gasoline engine is approximately 30% efficient due to heat, mechanical loss, etc. Despite modern engines getting about 98-99% efficiency out of the gasoline.

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How is the piston to bore clearance measured in an engine that is being rebuilt?

There are several ways.You can:There are other ways but those are the most common.

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Is there such an advantage to Florida cars that I should look for one when buying a used car?

There is no real advantage when it comes to where the used car was located when it comes to buying a used car. You should always buy a used car from a reptitable dealer and always have the car check out with your local mechanic.

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What is the effect of air fuel ratio on detonation in internal combustion engine?

A leaner fuel mixture burns hotter than a rich mixture. so a leaner mixture will be more prone to detonation than a richer mixture.

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What is blowby in an Internal Combustion engine and what can happen if it increases above normal level?

Blowby is the result of the piston rings not sealing properly against the cylinder walls any more allowing exhaust gasses to enter the crank case. This results in reduced compression which translates into reduced performance and fuel economy. It also results in more frequent oil changes as it lea...

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Suppose you have 2 cars and the larger one is twice as massive as the smaller one If you and a friend push on them so there acceleration are equal how mus the forces applied to the car compare?

F=m*am1=2*m2f2/m2= a =f1/m1f2/m2 = f1/(2*m2)f2 = f1*m2/(2*m2)f2 = f1/2

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An engine is described as having an EFI fuel system The abbreviation EFI indicates that the engine uses a?

Electronic Fuel Injection, as opposed to a carburator. EFI is usually throttle-body injection, meaning the fuel and air mixture are injected into a venturi at the same time. The other type is called Port Injection, wherein a squirt of fuel is injected directly into the cylinder.

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Is it helpful to use a small amount of gasoline in diesel engines in cold climates?

No. Never do this. You risk premature ignition (also known as detonation) in the cylinders if it cycles through.Safer to use kerosene. 10% to 50% kerosene added to diesel depending on ambient temperature.

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What determines the maximum oil pressure in a force feed lubrication as the engine speed increases?

Oil pumps have a spring operated regulator and the spring's tension determines the max oil pressure.

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If the output piston in a car hoist was replaced by a piston of twice the area what would happen to the output force of this system?

LOOK! its a bunny--------> (-:B

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The pushing force of the voltage of a battery or generator is an example of which type of energy?

Kinetic energy. Direct current or dc. The force is electromotive force and is measured in amps.

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What do engineers use to help reduce friction in the operation of a car?

organize you combustion chamber with carbohydrate rods and put friction pumps in the engine

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There is a misfire piston 1 reading in the obd scanner. Location of the piston no 1 in 2001 expedition 4.6L engine?

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What is the best way to sell a classic car such as a 1962 Corvette?

Advertise it in "Hemmings Motor News".

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How does the ignited mixture of gasoline and air in a car's engine use thermal expansion to move a piston?

motor conected to fuel tank

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When the body is subject to physical trauma such as in an automobile accident which organs are the most vulnerable to injury homeostatic imbalance?

I believe that the kidneys, brain, and lungs are most vulnerable to accidental trauma, but the heart, kidney, brain, eyes would be more open to direct trauma, such as a strike or directional impact.

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== == Okay this is what you do, go to autozone rent an OBD2 plug it in while you wait in line for the AIMS test and turn the light off. It will only be off shortly but it will be long enough to pass the test.

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What is a helpful site to look at used car guides in order to help me find an affordable priced car.?

KBB.com is a commonly used website that provides free listings on what a used car should be going for in today's market. It stands for Kelley Blue Book and it is an incredibly reliable resource for used cars.

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Why after the car has ran for a long time such as along the highway it will die when you slow down and stop either at an exit ramp or stop lightect engine-2.0L OHC 4-cylinder?

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What is an engine in a car used for?

To propel the car which way you want it to go?

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What problem can occur to an engine if the thermostat is installed upside down?

If the thermostat is installed backwards, it will never open, and therefore coolant will never be allowed to pass through the radiator.The result would be that the engine would overheat in a short amount of time.Overheating a modern engine can have catastrophic results.

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Would being forced to assist a police officer in a cmv roadside inspection be considered indentured servitude wouldn't that also be forcing a trucker to violate the 5 th amendment?

None of your reasoning applies because when you apply for a commercial drivers license, you give consent to those things and if you dont consent when asked, you loose your license.

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A car engine provides a motive force of 700N when the car is moving at its top speed of 40ms1 How much work does the car engine do in each second What is the engines power output help?

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Why is water not an ideal fluid to use in a heat engine?

Because water has a boiling point of 212 degrease Wich will sooner or later evaporate, where antifreaze has a higher boiling point therfore it will not evaporate

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If you bought a used car 'as is' and the engine broke 5 days later is there anything you can do to get your engine repair by the used car dealer?

"AS IS" means exactly that. You agreed to accept the car with absolutely no guarantees or recourse.

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Ford explorer fuel cap missing will this cause check engine light to come on using cheap push fit cap as a temporary at present?

96+ vehicles missing the fuel cap will activate the check engine light and set an evap system gross leak code. If your temporary cap seals properly and is correct for the application there should not be a problem.

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Is there anyway to bypass the AC Compressor with a serpentine Belt without using a Pulley bolted to the engine?

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More detail is needed. The type and make of engine is essential to answering this. It may be possible within the same engine 'family' -but we don't know yet.

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