WATER ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM NURRAHMAN BIN MUHAMMAD RAMLEE
Aim and objective Introduction Materials and Equipment Designs How it works? Management
Aim: is designed to stay out of the action until the engine is warmed up.Objective: To remove excess heat from the engine. To keeps the engine operating at most efficient temperature. To get the engine up to the correct temperature after starting.
A cooling system is necessary in any internal combustion engine. If no cooling system were provided, parts would melt from the heat of the burning fuel, and the pistons would expand so they could not move in the cylinders.
A Water Pump Hoses Perspex Glass Thermostat Heat Exchanger Heater Core
Water cooled engines have passages for the liquid through the cylinder block and head. The coolant has to have indirect contact with engine parts. Running through the passages in the engine heats the coolant and going through the radiator cools it. After getting cool in the radiator, the coolant comes back through the engine. It continues as long as the engine is running, with the coolant absorbing and removing the engines heat, and the radiator cooling the coolant. A cooling system pressure tester is used to check the pressure in the cooling system.
Budget: -$500 above Time: -3 months (including trial and error) Workforce: -5 people or more