Mechanical Engineering - Automobile Engineering - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Automobile Engineering - Section 2 (Q.No. 42)
The three basic cylinder arrangements for automotive engines are
flat, radial, and V
in a row, in line, and opposed
in line, V, and opposed
V, double row, and opposed
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Kailash singh said:   9 years ago
Three, four, five, six, eight and twelve cylinders are used in car engines. Buses and trucks.

Use twelve and sixteen cylinder engines. The engine cylinders can be arranged in the following ways (Fig. 2.12).

(a) In a row (in-line).

(b) In two rows or banks set at an angle (V-type).

(c) In two rows, opposing each other (flat, or pancake).

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