combustion chamber?

it possible that the slight difference in efficiency between plugs is due to some electrode configurations taking up more space in the combustion chamber? 



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May 17, 2020 6:29 AM

The combustion chamber may be located in the cylinder head, the cap at the end of the cylinder, or on top of the piston, called a 'heron head' combustion chamber. Combustors are combustion chambers used in gas turbines and jet engines.

June 1, 2020 7:28 AM

Combustion chamber holds the fuel charge so that it can be burnt. The fuel is let into the combustion chamber in suction stroke and ignited to produce power during the power stroke. If combustion chamber is not present, the energy during power stroke would not be channelized.

June 1, 2020 7:30 AM

Combustion chamber holds the fuel charge so that it can be burnt. The fuel is let into the combustion chamber in suction stroke and ignited to produce power during the power stroke.

If combustion chamber is not present, the energy during power stroke would not be channelized. So the main purpose is to hold fuel before and after combustion to allow energy to be transferred to the connecting rod and thus to transmission system.

June 1, 2020 7:31 AM

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Combustion chamber in an engine are used to ignite the charge(mixture of fuel and air) for the generation of heat energy and further this heat energy are converted into mechanical energy. For example the working of INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE in two wheeler.

June 1, 2020 7:32 AM

As the name suggests the internal combustion chamber is a system where the fuel is injected into a chamber, where either with the spark plug (in Spark Ignition SI engines) or due to compression's of air fuel mixture (Compression ignition CI engine) takes place.

June 1, 2020 7:33 AM