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  • Internal Combustion Engines
    Made By: Amerah Yasser, Nada Ahmed, Seif Hatem, Karim Tarek and Omar Hossam
    • Internal Combustion Engines
    today's cars uses a lot of essential organs just to move such as Motors, Brakes, Radiators...................etc.
    One of the most important organs is the Internal Combustion Engine.
  • Internal Combustion Engines
    Internal Combustion Engines produces power by burning fuel within the engine. The burning of the fuel forms gases that pushes against a numeber of tourbine blades or against one or more pistons or rotors. each blade, piston, or rotor of the power plant is connected at an output shaft.
  • Internal Combustion Engines
    • the output shaft transfers the power to another location to preform useful mechanical work.
    • Examples of Internal-Combustion Engines include petrol, diesel, rotary, and gas-turbine Engines.
    • in external-combustion Engines, including steam engines, the combustion of the fuel occurs outside the engine.
  • Internal Combustion Engines
    The take-in process
  • Internal Combustion Engines
    The Compression process
  • Internal Combustion Engines
    The exhaust process