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    Car for dummies

    Terms about cars for dummies

    Tired of bullying motorists and real professionals? Or maybe you just want to know more about your “iron horse” or are you just looking for it? We will help you!

    Today, a car, if not one, is in almost every family. For some it serves faithfully and truthfully day by day, and for others its existence “hangs around its neck” an unbearable burden. Question: “Why is this happening? ” and “How does the car go? ” – familiar to not everyone. In this article, we will disassemble this vehicle into cogs and explain the principle of its structure and all the necessary terminology of this car for dummies.

    Everything you need to know

    • ICE. By analogy with human anatomy, the internal combustion engine for a car plays the same important function as the heart for a person. How powerful can he be? How does life breathe in one and a half tons of metal? This device is able to convert fuel energy into mechanical. The working principles are structured as follows: an air-fuel mixture is formed, due to the connection of combustible liquid with air, which cyclically burns in a specialized chamber, creates pressure on the piston part, which, in turn, rotates the crankshaft mechanisms. After that, the rotation is transmitted to the car transmission, as a result, there is a movement of the vehicle wheels.

    • Piston. It looks like a metal glass, upside down. The opposite side is called a skirt, it has grooves for fixing the piston rings. These rings create a tightness of the piston space, where the formed air-fuel substance is burned, so that the resulting gas could not get under the piston. And yet, the rings prevent the oil under the piston from entering its space. Thus, the rings create the function of seals.

    • Crankshaft. It is a crank, “knee” – a part that can convert the movement coming to the piston, in torque.

    • Torque is the force of rotation transmitted to the wheels. So, if it is bigger, the previous ones will move faster.

    • ABS. From the decryption (Anti-lock braking system), it becomes clear that this is not a separate part, but a system that prevents the wheels from locking during braking. That is, it is an anti-lock mechanism with sensors that monitor the speed of the car and the rotation of the wheels.

    • Horsepower, ie the unit of measurement of engine power. How did the horses sneak under the hood of the car? It is believed that the term was coined in 1789 by the witty Scottish engineer and inventor James Watt, who needed to sell his car to a brewer. Watt observed horses lifting barrels of coal from the mine and calculated that one horse was lifting a load weighing 75 kg at a speed of one meter per second. Thus, Watt was able to explain to an inexperienced buyer, what benefits he will get by replacing the horse with his car. Mankind later thanked the inventor, naming the unit of power in his honor Watteau.

    • Run. Simply put, this is the whole way the car has traveled during its operation.

    • 0-100. This figure indicates the time in seconds for which the car accelerates to one hundred kilometers.

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