What Are The Characteristics Of Diesel Engines

Diesel engine accessories, that is, the composition of the diesel engine. A diesel engine is an engine that burns diesel for energy release. It was invented by German inventor Rudolf Diesel in 1892. In honor of the inventor, diesel is represented by his surname Diesel. The advantages of diesel engines are high power and good economic performance. Diesel engine consists of body cylinder liner, oil pan, cylinder head, piston connecting rod, flywheel crankshaft, transmission mechanism components, camshaft, starter, generator, intake pipe, exhaust pipe, air filter, oil pump, fan pulley components, oil filter, oil cooler, oil pipe, water pump, water pipe, fuel pipe, fuel injector, fuel injection nozzle, valve assembly, instrument, water tank, supercharger, high-pressure oil pump, diesel fuel injector plunger, etc.

Diesel engines have good applications in marine engineering, automobile locomotives, agricultural vehicles, construction machinery and electric power. The world's first diesel engine was born in 1897, more than 100 years ago.


The characteristics of traditional diesel engines: good thermal efficiency and economy, diesel engines use compressed air to increase the air temperature, so that the air temperature exceeds the self-ignition point of diesel, then inject diesel, diesel spray and air to mix and ignite and burn by itself . Therefore, diesel engines do not need an ignition system. At the same time, the oil supply system of the diesel engine is relatively simple, so the reliability of the diesel engine is better. Diesel engines have a high compression ratio due to the freedom from deflagration and the need for diesel spontaneous combustion. The thermal efficiency and economy are both good. At the same time, under the condition of the same power, the torque of the diesel engine is large, and the rotation speed at the maximum power is low, which is suitable for the use of trucks.

Post time: Sep-20-2022