Car Engines – Amazing to see inside the internal combustion engine

The engine in your typical American car in 2020 is known as a “4-stroke gasoline engine”, and also as an “Internal Combustion Engine”. What does that mean? And what are pistons, valves, cam shafts, crank shafts, connecting rods and so on? Why do we need these things in the engine? Why are some car engine “four cylinders”, or “6 cylinders”, and what is a V8? Let’s find out.

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Four Stroke Engine How it Works
Car Engines – Explained
How V8 Engines Work – A Simple Explanation

See also these amazing animations and descriptions: Internal Combustion Engine by Bartosz Ciechanowski

F1 race cars are cars, and they use piston engines like a normal car, but the engines are highly evolved

F1 Engine – Explained
Formula One V6 turbo: 2014 Rules Explained
Why it’s difficult to put an F1 engine in a road car

Other engines seen in cars

The Differences Between Piston and Rotary Engines
The Differences Between V6 and Straight-Six Engines
The Differences Between Petrol and Diesel Engines
What’s inside a Tesla Engine?

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