Compression, exhaust, intake, power
Intake, compression, power, exhaust
Power, compression, intake, exhaust
Intake, power, compression, exhaust
To change reciprocal motion to rotational motion
To connect the piston to the axle
To push the pistons up and down
To change chemical energy to kinetic energy
Diesel engines make much more noise than gasoline engines.
Diesel engines are more expensive than gasoline engines because they are heavy-duty.
Diesel engines use high compression to heat air, and gasoline engines use spark plugs.
Diesel engines have more spark plugs than gasoline engines.
To provide backup in case the gasoline runs out
To make dirt stick to the engine
To keep the axle turning
To prevent metal surfaces from touching
To help maintain the economy by providing work for mechanics
To keep the upholstery from getting holes
To maintain parts in optimum working condition
To stay in practice regarding the parts of an engine