A shaft coupling is a mechanical element that connects the two shafts together to transmit the torque from one end to the other by accommodating the misalignment. Usually of a shaft can be made up of limited lengths so we have to make a couple multiple pieces of shafts to achieve the larger lengths to […]
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As we have discussed the different fuel injection system major components and the different types of the fuel injection system in the previous articles. Now in this article, we are going to explain how a fuel injection system work? Fuel injection system working principle Following is a typical fuel injection system schematic diagram for our […]
We have discussed the Battery Ignition System and Magneto Ignition System in the previous articles but in this article, we are going to compare both of these Ignition systems together. Battery Ignition System Magneto Ignition System Battery is necessary The Battery is not necessary Difficult to start the engine if the battery completely discharged. No […]
As we have already discussed the Battery ignition system. This Magneto Ignition system is also having the same working principle but except the way how the high voltage is produced is different in this type of the Ignition system. Let’s discuss it in more detail. Magneto ignitions system is a special type of ignition system. […]
In the current trend, most of the moderns SI engines run with the Battery Ignition system. In this system, the energy for producing the spark is obtained from a 6 volt or a 12-volt battery. The Ignition system is said as the heart of the engine, and it is a part of the engine, not […]