6HK1 ISUZU Diesel Engine Assembly For Excavator Zx330 - 3 Zx360 - 3 Water Cooling
|Car name: Complete Engine|
|Model Number: 6HK1|
|Cylinder stroke: 125|
|Cylinder diameter: 115|
|valve: 24 valve|
|Cooling: Water cooling|
|Cylinders of number: 6|
Parts Of An Engine
A Combustion Chamber is the area within the Cylinder where the fuel/air mix is ignited. As the piston compresses the fuel/air mix and makes contact with the Spark Plug, the mixture is combusted and pushed out of the Combustion Chamber in the form of energy.
The Cylinder houses many of the important components of an Internal Combustion Engine including the Injector Nozzle, Piston, Spark Plug, Combustion Chamber, and others.
The intake manifold in a car is the part of the engine that distributes the airflow between the cylinders. Often an intake manifold holds the throttle valve (throttle body) and some other components.
In some V6 and V8 engines, an intake manifold can be made of several separate sections or parts.
The intake air flows through the air filter, intake boot (snorkel), then through the throttle body, into the intake manifold plenum, then through the runners, and into the cylinders. The throttle valve (body) controls the engine rpm by adjusting the amount of airflow.
The exhaust manifold is generally simple cast iron or stainless steel units that collect engine exhaust gas from multiple cylinders and deliver it to the exhaust pipe. It is connected to exhaust valves. Its construction is the same as the inlet manifold.
The exhaust manifold has the same function in both petrol and diesel engines, in both cases, it carries exhaust gas.
Intake And Exhaust Valves
Inlet and exhaust valves are used to control and regulate the charge (or air) coming to the engine for burning and exhaust gases going out from the cylinder respectively.
They are provided either on the cylinder heads or on cylinder walls. They commonly have a mushroom-shaped head.
In the case of Petrol engines, air and fuel mixture enters through the inlet valve. But in diesel engines, only air enters through the intake valve. The exhaust valve in both cases is meant for letting exhaust gases out.
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