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internal combustion

basic terminology used to describe the proccess of internal combustion

whats a diesel engine? a diesel engine is an internal combustion engine that uses an alternative fuel other than gas.
whats new to this technology? The latest inovations to an internal combustion engine have all been related to achieving maximum fuel efficiency without sacrificing power like adding hybride electric systems to the drive train of a vehicle, or integrating variable turbo boost.
Whats a piston? A piston is the component that transfers the explosive power inside a cylinder into controlled outward force.
What is a piston connecting rod? This component attaches directly under a piston and attaches to the crankshaft which inturn forces the crank shaft to spin due to the piston downward force when it fires.
Created by: oscar m