Sunday, May 8, 2011

6th Blog






















The above picture is a diagram of a labeled diesel engine. Diesel engines are different than normal gasoline engines. Once you start the car,  the diesel engine’s  fuel is sprayed into the combustion chambers with fuel injector nozzles. This takes place when there is just the perfect amount of air each chamber that are  under a great amount of pressure. When this takes place, it will be hot enough to ignite the fuel spontaneously. I got this information from this link: http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-do-diesel-engines-work.html

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