Types of car engines
The types of car engines vary in terms of diverse classifications, as each of these types has its own uses, whether those engines operate through internal combustion or through external combustion, we will review together the classifications of engine types in cars in a simplified way while explaining the use of each type of engine.
Types of engines according to fuel type
The types of car engines vary in terms of fuel used in internal self-burning as follows:
- Gasoline is used as a liquid petroleum material as fuel for combustion within cars.
- The purity of this type of fuel varies, and the purer fuel is used with larger-powered engines.
- This type of fuel is used with various types of passenger car engines, racing cars and luxury cars.
- Known as diesel, this type of fuel is used with large trucks.
- Such as transport cars, tractors, van engines, and some race cars.
- It is nature's preferred ideal method, as it uses liquefied gas from petroleum.
- In addition to the possibility of using natural gas, it is used with light cars and city cars.
- It is a safe engine that uses electricity for internal combustion, and does not use fuel.
- Therefore, there is no combustion in the literal sense, but rather electricity generation that results in movement in the engines.
- These engines combine the self-combustion method of a ignition material with electricity.
- The car is therefore powered by electricity until the battery runs out and then automatically switches to fuel work.
- Until the battery is charged by the generator inside the car.