6HK1 Used Engine Assembly For Excavator ZX330-3 / SY285C Electronic Water Cooling
|Car name: Complete Engine||Model Number: 6HK1|
|Cylinder stroke: 125||Cylinder diameter: 115|
|Application: Excavator||valve: 24 valve|
|Cooling: Water cooling||Injection: Electric|
How does the engine work?
The engine consists of a fixed cylinder and a moving piston. The expanding combustion gases push the piston, which in turn rotates the crankshaf. After the piston compresses the fuel-air mixture, the spark ignites it, causing combustion. The expansion of the combustion gases pushes the piston during the power stroke.
What is the principle of engine?
Actually the internal combustion heat engines work on the principle of the ideal gas law: . Raising the temperature of a gas increases the pressure that makes the gas want to expand. An internal combustion engine has a chamber, which has fuel added to it which ignites in order to raise the temperature of the gas.
In broad terms, the engine can be segregated into three key parts, the head, the block and the oil sump.
1. The cylinder head is the channel through which the fuel enters the engine chamber and exhaust gases exit. Its key components are the camshafts, valves and spark plug.
2. The cylinder block is where all the combustion action takes place. The key components here are the combustion chamber, piston, and the crankshaft.
3. The oil sump constitutes the lowermost part of the engine. Its key components are the oil pan and the oil filter.
The oil is lubrication that keeps the engine running smoothly. The oil itself collects debris within your engine and keeps the engine parts lubricated. The oil filter helps filter out the gunk that can accumulate within the oil.
And whenever you go for car maintenance and service, the auto mechanic might ask you if you also want to change your air filter. The air filter catches debris and can help extend the life of your engine, so this is a significant change.
Replacing a clogged air filter can increase fuel efficiency and improve acceleration, depending on your car make and model. When you realise that, it makes sense to regularly replace your air filters.
A dirty or damaged air filter limits the amount of air flowing into your car’s engine, making it work harder and, therefore, using more fuel. As your engine needs more than 10,000 litres of oxygen to burn every litre of fuel, it’s important not to restrict this air flow.