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  • Q 2.How does a diesel engine differ from a gasoline engine?

    A The main difference between diesel and gasoline engines is the ignition process. In a gasoline engine, a spark plug ignites the air-fuel mixture, whereas in a diesel engine, the air is compressed to a high temperature, causing self-ignition of the fuel. Diesel engines are generally more fuel-efficient and have higher torque, making them suitable for heavy-duty applications.
  • Q 1.What is a diesel engine



    A diesel engine is an internal combustion engine that operates on the principle of compression ignition. It uses diesel fuel, which is injected into the combustion chamber, mixed with compressed air, and ignited by the high temperature caused by compression. This combustion process drives the engine's pistons, converting chemical energy from diesel fuel into mechanical energy, which is used to power various machines and vehicles.