Petrol engines are the common and most used source of power for the motor vehicles. A petrol engine is a part of machinery made of around 150 parts of moving machines. Engineers who work on the petrol engine is referred to as petroleum engineer. Petrol engines are the reciprocating form of engines where piston movement is done in up and down direction of cylinders. The ignition is done by introducing petrol and air in the space above the piston. The gases are produced thereby forcing the pistons to move downwards as power is generated. The pistons are rotated to produce the motion at crankshaft movements where heavy flywheel is attached at the end. Form the flywheel, the power generated is transferred to the driving wheels of the car.
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