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Textbook Problem

Which of the following statements about engines is not true?

  1. The engine provides the rotating power to drive the wheels through the transmission and driving axle.

  • Only gasoline engines are classified as internal combustion.
  • The combustion chamber is the space between the top of the piston and the cylinder head.
  • For the combustion in the cylinder to take place completely and efficiently, air and fuel must be combined in the right proportions.
  • To determine

    The correct statement about engines.

    Explanation

    The engine is a mechanical device of a vehicle which is used to generate the required power and transmit that power to different parts to propel vehicles on the road. The engine can be broadly divided into two types. They are:

    1. The external combustion engine.
    2. The internal combustion engine.

    The external combustion engines are those in which the air-fuel mixture is burned outside the engine cylinder like in steam engines.

    The internal combustion is classified as those in which the mixture of air and fuel are burned inside the engine cylinder...

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