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How thermostat works and How to Test Thermostat

  As far as combustion take place in an automobile engine, cooling system are needed to keep the engine at normal operating temperature. The main purpose of article…

Water Cooling System In Engine and How Thermo-syphon cooling system Works

  Heat is produced in the engine cylinders during combustion of the fuel and air causing high cylinder temperatures. The cooling system removes heat from the engine quickly…

How Cooling System Works on a Car and Its components

Because combustion takes place in an automobile engine, coolants are needed to avoid overheating. But for the coolants to circulate all around the engine some process are involve…

Air Cooling System In Engine – Operation and it Advantages

  Heavy vehicle engines are usually multi-cylinder in-line types which are difficult to cool uniformly by an air cooling system. For this reason, air cooling is seldom use….

Types of cooling system in automobile and it importance

Introduction Heat is produced in the engine cylinders during combustion of the fuel and air causing high cylinder temperatures. The cooling system removes heat from the engine quickly…

Types of Transmission System

Transmission as one of most essential part in a vehicle, that serve as control movement of the vehicle. It uses the power created by the engine and allow…

Continuously Variable Transmissions (CVT) – how it works

  This type of transmission system uses metal belt or rubber running over pulleys so that to change their effective diameters, unlike the manual transmission that uses gears…

Automatic Transmission System: how it works

Introduction Automatic transmissions are hydraulically operated control systems, they are managed electronically by the vehicle’s computer. This type of transmission is totally different from the manual transmission because…

Semi-Automatic Transmission System

This type of transmission is known as hybrid between a fully automatic and manual transmission. It is also called automatic manual or clutchless manual. This transmission system work…

Manual Transmission System: how it works

Introduction Manual transmission is the oldest type of transmission used in a vehicle. The transmission is connected to the engine through a clutch, where the clutch plays an…

What is Scaffolding? Types of Scaffolding used in building construction

  Scaffolding is a temporary structure used are widely used on site to get access to heights and areas that would be otherwise hard to get to. Scaffolding…

Operation of Transmission System

  Introduction Transmission as one of most essential part in a vehicle, which serve as control movement of the vehicle. It uses the power created by the engine…

What is Transmission System? Types of transmission system

  Transmission as one of most essential part in a vehicle, which serve as control movement of the vehicle. It uses the power created by the engine and…

Components, Classification and Types of chassis

  Automobile chassis is a skeletal frame which serve as the foundation of a vehicle, and the underpart of a motor vehicle, on which mechanical parts like engine,…

Components of automobile chassis

  Introduction Automobile chassis is a skeletal frame which serve as the foundation of a vehicle, and the underpart of a motor vehicle, on which mechanical parts like…

Conventional (Frame chassis) and Non Conventional Chassis (Frameless chassis)

  Automobile chassis is a skeletal frame which serve as the foundation of a vehicle, and the underpart of a motor vehicle, on which mechanical parts like engine,…

Types of deep foundation in civil engineering and their uses

  Introduction Deep foundations are founded too deeply below the finished ground surface for their base bearing capacity to be affected by surface conditions, this is usually at…

Type of foundation in building construction and their uses

  Introduction Foundations as a whole is broad topics under building construction. Types of foundations are classified into two. Namely, Shallow and deep foundations. In this article, we’ve…