Eaton Char-Lynn Motor – The Role Of Compression Ignition Motor

Eaton Char-lynn Motor    Description: Compression-ignition engine is an internal combustion engine that does not rely on spark ignition, but relies on the high temperature and high pressure of the cylinder at the end of compression to cause spontaneous combustion of the mixture. Compression-ignition engines or diesel engines are widely used in cars, trucks, locomotives, ships and power generation. Most compression-ignition engines often use exhaust turbocharging, which reduces the size and quality of the engine’s unit output power. Due to the use of compression ignition, the compression ratio is greater than that of a spark-ignition engine, depending on the cylinder bore, type, and naturally aspirated or pressurized. A diesel engine is a typical compression ignition engine.