Principles and Terms relating to Simple Engines

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ENGINEERING QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR GOOD SUCCESSLESSON: 102THEME: The Principles and Terms relating to Simple EnginesDESCRIPTION: Engines used to power lawnmowers, garden tractors, chainsaws, rototillersand many other equipment are basically similar. They require the same basic intake of fuel andair to produce their desired results. They are known as Internal Combustion ReciprocatingEngines. First we have to have something to make them operate. A source of energy is necessarythat can be converted to some form of motion. These engine principles can easily be applied toall machines and equipment applications by any undergraduate engineering student or highschool students that are aspiring to become professionals.Let's therefore answer some simple engineering questions that will lead us to good success andgreat professionalism.QUESTIONS:1. A two cycle engine has more moving parts than any other type of engine. True or False?(a) True (b) False2. A two cycle engine is lubricated by premixing oil with the fuel. True or False?(a) True (b) False3. A four cycle engine has the oil supply suspended in the fuel vapor. True or False?(a) True (b) False4. A vertical crankshaft engine has a cylinder that operates in a horizontal position. Trueor False?(a) True (b) False5. Power is the rate of what that is required to accomplish work?(a) Speed (b) Time ( c ) Displacement (d) Torque6. What is the unit of measure of Power?(a) Newton (b) Torque ( c ) Horsepower (d) Mom

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