Atmospheric engine what it is
Atmospheric engine is an internal combustion engine in which the air intake depends on atmospheric pressure, without supercharging through a turbocharger or supercharger. There are many racing cars that use atmospheric engines to avoid turbo lag.
Most gasoline cars, other than those used for automotive purposes, are naturally aspirated. Most modern diesels are turbocharged, giving them more power and fuel economy, while reducing exhaust emissions.
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Stepper motors are known for their precision of movement and used in areas such as 3D printers. We tell you how they work mechanically, how they are controlled, their main uses and also their categories and types: unipolar and bipolar.
The stepper motor (PAP), also known as stepper motor, is an electromechanical device that converts the current flowing through it, electrical impulses, into rotational motion.
The stepper motor behaves in the same way as a digital-to-analog (D/A) converter and can be driven by pulses from digital systems. This motor has the advantages of positioning accuracy and repeatability.
It has a multipole iron rotor and a wound stator, optionally laminated. It rotates when the closest tooth(s) of the rotor is (or are) attracted to the energized stator coil(s) (thus obtaining the lowest reluctance path).
Variable reluctance motors operate in a slightly different way, in which the rotor is shaped like a steel cylinder with grooves cut into it instead of a magnet, what we have called teeth. They work by adjusting the rotor so that the reluctance or “resistance” to the magnetic field is as low as possible. This condition occurs when the protruding parts of the rotor (in the form of “teeth”) coincide with the protruding parts of the stator.
Two-cylinder engines were popular in the early days of the automobile for powering voiturettes and light automobiles. De Dion-Bouton’s series of two-cylinder engines were widespread, being used in their own vehicles and also by other automobile manufacturers as integrated or modified engines under license. Clément-Bayard two-cylinder engines are a similar case, and were used until the 1930s, mainly in cycle cars and tricycles, which were often built with various motorcycle components.
In 2009, the Tata Nano was introduced with a two-cylinder in-line Otto engine. A corresponding two-cylinder diesel engine was also launched. In 2010, Fiat introduced a parallel twin-twin two-cylinder engine in the Fiat 500. The engine was marketed under the name Twin-Air, and also found its way into the Alfa Romeo MiTo and the Lancia Ypsilon. In the BMW i3 REx2014, an inline two-cylinder engine served to extend the range. The Range Extender comes from the BMW C 650 GT or Sport motorcycles, but instead of 44 kW (60 hp) in the i3 it only yields 28 kW (38 hp).
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The shaft rotates on friction bearings or on support bores drilled directly into the cylinder head material. It is lubricated by means of the lubrication circuit, through ducts that reach each of the supports. Camshafts are manufactured in a single piece of cast iron or forged steel, and must be highly resistant to torsion and wear, for which purpose they are given a hardening treatment. The wear of the camshaft can lead to a modification of the timing diagram, resulting in a decrease in engine performance.
The uses of camshafts are very varied, such as in mills, looms, water distribution systems or hydraulic hammers, although its most developed application is related to the reciprocating internal combustion engine, in which it is responsible for regulating both the opening and closing stroke of the valves and the duration of this opening phase, which allows renewing the load in the gas intake and exhaust phases in the cylinders.