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BP Auto Spares India Talks About the Working of Spark-Ignition Engines
The Spark-ignition engine, widely known as SI engine, is an engine where petrol and gasoline are used as a fuel and the fuel is ignited by a spark plug or by a predefined ignition source.
The director of BP Auto Spares India, the highly acclaimed, approached and proficient dealers of Mahindra Scorpio Parts, in this press release would like to explain in detail the working, advantages, and disadvantages of spark-ignition engines. He begins to explain the working of SI engines by saying," The spark-ignition take the assistance of a magnetic field originated inside a magnet or coil in order to generate a heavy dose of electricity of igniting the spark which is later diffused via a timing circuit. The thousands of volts of current flow through the wire and untimely ends at the spark plug inside the combustion chamber. Now, the electric spark shoots when the charge tries to cover up the gap from one tip of the spark plug to other at the same moment when a controlled mixture of fuel and air is generated inside the combustion chamber via atomization. This electric spark generated is then used to power the car by turning reciprocating mass inside the engine."
Adding on he explains the advantages and disadvantages of spark-ignition engines," The spark-ignition engines are cheaper and more reliable than the traditional compression engines. They are proficient in generating higher rpm at low torque. Since they are light in weight and use less fuel, they give out less NOx emissions in the atmosphere, thus spread less pollution. Another advantage of their light weight is that they power quickly and require less space." Moving on with the disadvantages he says," They are less efficient as compared to the compression ignition (CI) engine, they are not efficient in taking a high load, and they consume more fuel and suffer from knocking problems."
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