The Working Principle Of Cooling System

- Jul 09, 2017-

     Keep the engine in the proper temperature range under all operating conditions. The cooling system should not only prevent the engine from overheating, but also prevent the winter engine from supercooled. The main work of the cooling system is to distribute heat into the air to prevent the engine from overheating, but the cooling system has other important effects. The engine in the car is in the best condition at the right temperature. If the engine cools, it will speed up the wear of the components, reducing the engine's efficiency and emitting more contaminants. Therefore, another important role of the cooling system is to make the engine warm up as soon as possible and keep it constant temperature.Cooling System
    The liquid is cold and the wind is cold. The cooling system of a liquid-cooled liquid cooled vehicle circulates through the pipes and pathways in the engine. When the liquid flows through the high temperature engine will absorb the heat, thus reduces the engine temperature. After the liquid flows through the engine, it flows to the heat exchanger (or radiator), and the heat in the liquid is emitted into the air through a heat exchanger. Air cooling Some early cars used air-cooled technology, but modern cars hardly used it. This cooling method is not the liquid cycle in the engine, but through the engine cylinder surface attachment of aluminum to the cylinder cooling. A powerful fan gives the aluminum flakes a blow to the air to dissipate heat, thus achieving the purpose of cooling the engine. Because most cars use liquid cooling, piping systems have a lot of piping in their cooling systems.Cooling System
    When the pump transports the liquid to the engine cylinder, the liquid begins to flow through the engine passage around the cylinder. The liquid is then returned through the engine's cylinder head to the thermostat at the position of the liquid outflow engine. If the thermostat is closed, the liquid will flow directly back to the pump through the pipe around the thermostat. If the thermostat is turned on, the liquid will flow first into the radiator and then back to the pump. The heating system also has a separate cycle process. The cycle starts by conveying liquid from the cylinder head, which flows through the heater bellows and then back to the pump. For cars equipped with automatic transmissions, there is usually an independent cycle to cool the transmission fluid that is placed in the radiator. The transmission fluid is pumped by the transmission through another heat exchanger inside the radiator. Liquid cars can work within a wide range of temperatures, far below 0 degrees Celsius, to far above 38 ℃.Cooling System