Surface Ignition — Is a Rare But Highly Undesirable Process In Your Auto

Administrator posted this 4 days ago

The principle of the internal combustion engine’s duty is known to every motorist, but what about surface ignition? Maybe you don't know enough about this process.

The temperature reaches more than 2000°C in the combustion chambers. For optimal operation of the engine, it must be cooled. Due to the efficient operation of the elements of the cooling system, the temperature in the combustion chambers drops significantly, and on average is 90°C.

continue reading...

Transmission Unit on the Supercars

Administrator posted this 6 days ago

Some decades before we had only automatic and manual gearboxes on the cars, as for today, there is no shortage of contenders to choose. We have been written about transmission faults, principles of its duty and differences in classification. Now, we drop some lines about the transmission used for supercars.

continue reading...

Safety Car Technologies

Administrator posted this 2 weeks ago

Technologies are move and develop fast, modern cars that are available today on the market from different manufacturers, equipped with a huge number of sensors to improve road safety, make the trip more comfortable for the driver and passengers, etc. On the example of three brands Mazda, Toyota (Japan) and Hyundai (South Korea) can be considered the most popular and widespread safety technology on the road.

continue reading...

Does modern car technologies can surprise you?

Administrator posted this 2 weeks ago

You can hardly surprise anybody with the navigation system in the car. Lay it on the line, for today it seems to be more complicated to attract attention to auxiliary systems of the car or etc., and the fact is due to the high-level development of technology. Hence, the engineers and scientists continue the brainstorming, and therefore, new impressive technological devices appear. This article focuses on modern auxiliary systems of the automobiles. 

continue reading...

It's always the injectors ' fault, isn't it?

Administrator posted this 3 weeks ago

It's always the injectors' fault, isn't it? Of course not, but in case of problems with the ignition system, smooth operation of the engine, or the fuel consumption increases up the experienced drivers check the injectors first of all.

Injectors or atomizing nozzles — a structural element of the engine, namely the injection system that supplies fuel under high pressure to the manifold. The quality of fuel or gas spraying - is an indicator of the reliability and wealth of the injector.

continue reading...

Electric Vehicles — The Future Comes Today

Administrator posted this 3 weeks ago

Previously, we have been written about Electric Cars for several times.

  1.  Solar cars — a new perspective
  2.  Hybrid, plugin hybrid and electric car — short and main
  3. Classification of connectors and charging stations of modern electric cars

Why you should pay attention to the Electric Vehicles development? Here, you will find the main preferences of the EVs – the foreseeable future of the automotive market.

continue reading...

Is there a significant difference in the process cycles of the engine (Otto, Atkinson and Miller)

Administrator posted this 4 weeks ago

The internal-combustion engine is the heart of the car. The first ICE was constructed in 1860 and was powered with 8.8 kW (11.97 HP). German engineers Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach developed the first gasoline engine in 1885 and installed it on a motorcycle (known as a Daimler Motorcycle), later it was implemented on a car.

continue reading...

Body-Control-Module (BCM) what are the key area of it?

Administrator posted this 4 weeks ago

Body-Control-Module (BCM) is a very complex unit which is responsible for many functions. For example, it is used to control the external and internal lighting, windows, seat heating, car alarm, door opening (lock of doors and trunk), speedometer and odometer, heating of the rear window and mirrors, etc. One of the connectors of the BCM is responsible for the input signal of the blow from the airbag. To simplify everything to the maximum level, it can be said that the BCM is a “controller of the comfort”.

continue reading...

Silver and Gold Lead Plates Of The Battery

Administrator posted this 20 June 2019

Modern technologies of car production are spectacular. More and more manufacturers produce cars equipped with a number of electronic devices. For example, cameras, alarm systems, navigation systems, all sorts of lightning, displays for passengers and for the driver, a lot of sensors and systems affecting the performance of cars. All of these devices are operated on battery power, and therefore the requirements for the battery increase. The main term for a modern battery is - high capacity and enough charge for a long time. The technologies were modified for the new generation of car battery production. As one of the ways to improve the quality of the device, adding impurities of other chemical elements to the lead plates of the battery was a perfect decision.

continue reading...

Solenoid ABS Brief Review

Administrator posted this 18 June 2019

What does the ABS Solenoid do in your car? Long story short, ABS is the anti-lock braking system, and you can easily get access to the information through the OBD-II DLC. ABS is very important for your safety, as its main and preferable task is to prevent wheel lock during braking. The functionality of the Anti-lock Braking System is procured by modulator, valves and solenoids inside it. The controller receives the brake pressure from the main cylinder, and puts under the control the pressure in the wheels.

continue reading...