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Gasoline Engine And Spark Plug
- Aug 22, 2018 -

In a gasoline engine, the mixture of oil and gas entering the cylinder is ignited by a spark plug at the end of compression.Therefore, the gasoline engine needs a set of ignition system to control when the spark plug will work. This system must precisely control the time of spark plug discharge and the size of spark energy to ensure the normal operation of the gasoline engine.In addition, as the fuel point of gasoline is low, the compression ratio of gasoline engine cannot be too high to avoid oil and gas spontaneous combustion, so its thermal efficiency and economy are worse than that of diesel engine.