Diesel Engine

Diesel engines are  one of the most important internal combustion engine. Specifically, a compression of ignition engine in which the fuel is get ignited by the high temperature of the compressed gas and is not ignited by another power unit (such as a spark plug). When the gas is compressed, its temperature rises and the diesel engine takes advantage of this property to ignite the fuel. Air is drawn into the cylinder of a diesel engine and compressed by a docked piston. This is much higher than the compression ratio of an engine with spark plugs. When the piston hits the top, high pressure diesel fuel is pumped from the atomizer nozzle into the combustion chamber and mixed with the high pressure hot air.

The result of this mixture ignites and burns immediately. This closed explosion causes the gas in the upper combustion chamber to expand, pushing the piston down with great force and creating a vertical force. The connecting rod transmits a movement to the crankshaft, forcing the crankshaft to rotate and providing rotational force at the exhaust end of the crankshaft.

The engine is scavenged (exhaust from the cylinder and draws in fresh air). Through a connection or valve. (See Direct and Indirect Injection for fuel injection types). To achieve the functionality of a diesel engine, it is essential to use a turbocharger to compress the intake air. An intercooler for cooling the air drawn by the turbocharger after compression improves efficiency.

How To Maintenance Diesel Engine

  • Diesel engine air filter. Dust is the main enemy of diesel engines. Dust that enters the engine chamber becomes an abrasive between the cylinder and the piston ring, which accelerates the wear of the combustion chamber. To avoid such damage, technicians clean the air filter with a compressor every night in major projects such as the development of new fields. The fact that the air filter is clogged with dust means that the amount of air required for complete combustion has not been obtained. As a result, the engine is not powerful. The driver prefers to give full throttle because the engine is not driven. This is because the air may not flow evenly through the air filter, resulting in a large amount of diesel being injected into the combustion chamber.
  • Diesel fuel. The diesel engine driver fills the diesel tank in the afternoon when the car is about to break. Dirt usually settles on diesel. Lots of air There is water left in the diesel tank. On the other hand, if water reaches the injection pump or injector, these components will be damaged.
  • Battery, cable wire, glow plug. Batteries and bake cables are required for diesel engines. It looks like a good battery, but the diesel engine is “very” annoying. The battery must be able to move the starter quickly, creating a high pressure that will explode the diesel fuel. Batteries and cables need to be protected from diesel. So that the so-called part is well taken care of.

Another Way To Maintenance Diesel Engine

  • Check the chain and sprocket Make sure the chain is not too loose or too tight. If it is too loose, the chain may come off the sprocket, and if it is too tight, the chain may break. Also, check the condition of the gear, and if it is sharp, replace it immediately. The chain may break suddenly. Check the coil and spark plug wires.
  • Note the presence of coil wires that connect the current to the spark plug. If it is old enough and the cable is cracked or hardened, it needs to be replaced. Watch out for the fuel hose. Another component to consider is the fuel hose to the carburetor. Be careful not to harden or crack the condition of the fuel hose, as the inside of the hose is not elastic and dirt powder can be carried from the hose to the carburetor. This will block the flow of fuel from the tank to the carburetor, disrupting the combustion system.
  • Warm up the engine for up to 2 minutes. Preheat the engine before starting it. It doesn’t have to take a long time, it’s only 12 minutes. This allows the oil circuit to lubricate all moving parts of the engine. Not only will you waste gasoline, but the exhaust pipe will turn yellow, so do not heat it for a long time. Check the tire pressure. Do not make it too hard or too low. Tire tread can be damaged.