Internal Combustion Engine Cooling

Internal combustion engine cooling refers to the cooling of an internal combustion engine, typically using either air or a liquid.

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Combustion - Instabilities
... Combustion instabilities are typically violent pressure oscillations in a combustion chamber ... as 180 dB, and long term exposure to these cyclic pressure and thermal loads reduces the life of engine components ... V program, instabilities led to massive damage of the combustion chamber and surrounding components ...
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Internal Combustion Engine Cooling - Transition From Air Cooling
... The change of air cooling to liquid cooling occurred at the start of World War II when the US military needed reliable vehicles ... The subject of boiling engines was addressed, researched, and a solution found ... Previous radiators and engine blocks were properly designed and survived durability tests, but used water pumps with a leaky graphite-lubricated "rope" seal (gland) on the pump shaft ...
Staged Combustion - History
... Staged combustion dates back to the hot bulb engine of the 1890s ... The first stage of combustion occurred inside the hot bulb and the hot gases were then forced out into the cylinder, where they mixed with additional air, and the ... At this time, staged combustion was used because it was a convenient method of ignition and it is unlikely that there would have been much concern about air pollution ...

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