Danfoss Motor- Automotive Motor 5 System
Added: (Thu Jun 13 2019)
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What are the functions of the car motor and what effect it has on the car motor? The Danfoss Motor description:
The function of the gasoline motor fuel system is to prepare pure air and gasoline into a proper proportion of combustible mixture according to the needs of different working conditions of the motor, and the exhaust gas generated after being sent to each cylinder for combustion is discharged into the atmosphere.
2. Ignition system
In a gasoline motor, the combustible mixture in the cylinder is ignited by an electric spark. For this purpose, a spark plug is mounted on the cylinder head of the gasoline motor, and the head of the spark plug extends into the combustion chamber. All devices capable of generating an electric spark between the spark plug electrodes on time are called an ignition system. The traditional ignition system consists of a battery, a generator, an ignition coil, a distributor, a spark plug, and the like. The conventional and conventional ignition systems are similar except that the distributor is replaced by electronic components. The electronic ignition type is all-electronic ignition system, completely eliminating the mechanical device, and the electronic system controls the ignition timing, including battery, generator, ignition coil, spark plug and electronic control system.
3. Cooling system
The cooling system dissipates part of the heat absorbed by the heated parts in time to ensure that the motor operates at the optimum temperature. The water-cooled cooling system consists of a water jacket, a water pump, a radiator, a fan, a thermostat, and the like. The air-cooled type consists of a fan and a heat sink.
4. Lubrication system
The function of the lubrication system is to deliver a quantitative cleaning lubricant to the surface of the relatively moving parts to achieve liquid friction, reduce frictional resistance, and reduce wear on the parts. The surface of the part is cleaned and cooled. The lubrication system consists of an oil pump, a filter, a pressure limiting valve, an oil passage, and an oil filter.
5. Starting system
In order to make the motor transition from a static state to a working state, the crankshaft of the motor must first be rotated by an external force to reciprocate the piston, and the combustible mixture in the cylinder is burned and expanded to push the piston downward to move the crankshaft. The motor can run on its own and the work cycle can be automated. Therefore, the crankshaft starts to rotate under the action of an external force until the motor starts to automatically idling, which is called starting of the motor. The device required to complete the starting process is called the starting system of the motor. It consists of a starter and its attachments.