Six-stroke Internal Combustion Engine Working Characteristics

- Aug 08, 2019-

Six-stroke internal combustion engine working characteristics

A six-stroke internal combustion engine including a cylinder, a piston, an intake valve, an exhaust valve, and a crankshaft that completes a duty cycle including a cylinder, a piston, an intake valve, an exhaust valve, and a crankshaft that completes a duty cycle including a suction stroke, compression Stroke, power stroke, the intake stroke is, the intake valve is opened, the piston moves from the top dead center to the bottom dead center, the mixture is drawn into the cylinder, the compression stroke is, the intake valve is closed, and the piston is closed from the bottom dead center When the dead point moves, the air-fuel mixture in the cylinder is compressed. The power stroke is that when the piston moves close to the top dead center, the spark plug pre-ignites, the mixed gas burns, and the combustion generates high-temperature and high-pressure gas to expand in the cylinder, and the piston is stopped from the top dead center. Point to push.