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    • ENGINES khanhnv135@gmail.com Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 1
    • DEFINITION • Engine: machine for converting energy into motion or mechanical work • Fuel (oil, petrol, steam …)  Engine  mechanical energy (rotary motion of shaft) • Engine vs. Motor Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 2
    • CLASSIFICATIONS – form of energy they utilize, as steam, compressed air, diesel and gasoline – the type of motion of their principal parts, as reciprocating and rotary – the place where the exchange from chemical to heat energy takes place, as internal combustion and external combustion – the position of the cylinders of the engine, as V, in-line, flat, and radial – the number of strokes of the piston for a complete cycle, as two-stroke and Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 3
    • INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES • Continuous combustion: gas turbine, jet engine, etc. • Intermittent combustion: 2 stroke, 4 stroke, Wankel rotary engine, etc. Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 4
    • JET ENGINES – Principle Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 5
    • JET ENGINE – Parts Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 6
    • JET ENGINE – How it works? Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 7
    • 4 STROKE PETROL ENGINE • STROKE: The distance the piston moves when traveling from Bottom dead center (BDC) to Top dead center (TDC) or vice versa. Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 8
    • 4 STROKE PETROL ENGINE – Parts Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 9
    • Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 10
    • 4 TROKE PETROL ENGINE - Operation Intake Compression Engines Power Exhaust By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 11
    • Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 12
    • 4 TROKE PETROL ENGINE – Cooling system  keep the engine from overheating by transferring this heat to the air  allow the engine to heat up as quickly as possible, and then to keep the engine at a constant temperature. Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 13
    • Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 14
    • 4 STROKE PETROL ENGINE – Cooling system operation Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 15
    • 4 TROKE PETROL ENGINE – Lubricating system Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 16
    • 4 STROKE PETROL ENGINE – Fuel system Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 17
    • Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 18
    • 4 STROKE DIESEL ENGINE Engines By Nguyen Van Khanh – khanhnv135@gmail.com 19