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Internal Combustion Engine Internal Combustion Engine Four Stroke Single Cylinder Gasoline Engine

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									Internal Combustion Engine

         Four Stroke
        Single Cylinder
        Gasoline Engine
       Samuel E. Stanton
Operating Principles

 Ignition
 Compression

 Carburetion
Ignition System
    Ignition Components
   Flywheel
        Flywheel Magnet
   Armature
   Spark Plug
         Flywheel
   Flywheel
       Houses Flywheel
        Magnet
   Flywheel Magnet
       Creates Magnetic Field
       Creating an Electric
        Current in the Armature
Armature
              Electrical Field
               Created Around
               Windings
              Timed Electrical
               Pulse Released
               near Top Dead
               Center of Piston
               Compression Stroke
    Spark Plug
   Releases Electrical
    Pulse
   Pulse in the Form of
    a Spark
   Spark Initiates
    Combustion of Fuel
    Mixture
    Trouble Shooting Ignition
    System
   Spark Test
   Visual Observation
    of Spark Plug
   Compression
    Rebound Test
   Check Armature
    Gap
   Check Spark Plug
    Gap
Spark Test
           Test Ignition
            Coil by using
            an Inline
            Spark Tester
Spark Test
   If Spark is
    Visible Ignition
    Coil is
    Functioning
    Properly
    Observe Spark Plug
   Observe Spark Plug
    For:
   Carbon Deposits

   Oil
   Burned Areas
   Fuel Deposits
Compression Rebound Test

                Spin Flywheel in
                 Reverse on the
                 Compression Stroke
                A Definite Bounce
                 Should be Observed
                If So Compression
                 is Good
    Check Armature Gap
   Determine the
    Armature Air Gap
   Using a Flat Feeler
    Gauge
   Determine the Size
    of the Gap
   If the Gap is
    Incorrect Adjust to
    Proper Width
Check Spark Plug Gap
               Use a Spark
                Plug Wire
                Gauge to
                Check and
                Set Spark
                Plug Electrode
                Gap

								
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