The inside of a 4-cycle Running Combustion Engine

4-cycle Running Combustion EngineWe have seen how engines look when they are running from the outside. But have you ever wondered how one looks like when running from the inside? Today’s we’re checking out an internal combustion engine from a different point of view.

The piston travels down the cylinder bore in the first cycle, whereas in the seconds cycle in ascends compressing the charge that is trapped within the chamber. In the third cycle, the spark plug ignites the mixture that’s under pressure. This causes quick expansion of burning gases which furthermore propel the piston back down the cylinder bore.

In the final, fourth cycle, the piston ascends again expelling the unwanted exhaust gases.
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