The description of Diesel engine
Diesel fueled engines commonly referred to as diesel engines (or compression-trigger engines) are internal combustion engines that use heat compression to create ignition and burn fuel that has been injected into the combustion chamber. This machine does not use spark plugs such as gasoline engines or gas engines. This machine was invented in 1892 by Rudolf Diesel, who received a patent on February 23, 1893. Diesel wanted a machine to be used with a variety of fuels including coal dust. He performed it at the 1900 World Exposition Universelle using peanut oil. This machine was later repaired and refined by Charles F. Kettering.
Diesel engines have the best thermal efficiency compared to internal combustion engines and other outer combustion, because they have a very high compression ratio. Low-speed diesel engines (such as on ship engines) can have thermal efficiency of over 50%.
Diesel engines are developed in two-stroke and four-stroke versions. This machine was originally used as a substitute for steam engines. Since the 1910s, this machine began to be used for ships and submarines, followed by locomotives, trucks, power plants and other heavy equipment. In the 1930s, diesel engines began to be used for cars. Since then, the use of diesel engines has continued to increase and according to the British Society of Motor Manufacturing and Traders, 50% of new cars sold in the EU are diesel-engined cars, even in France reaching 70%.
Here is a list of the contents of this app:
# Basic Understanding Machine Diseel
# History of Rudolf Diesel
# Diesel Engine Components
# Work steps
# Diesel Engine System
# Starting System
# Charging System
# System Battery
# Care of Diesel Engine
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