Diesel Injectors – How They Work

Diesel Injectors – How They Work

dDiesel Injectors are used for filling diesel fuel into a diesel engine or compression ignition engine. This fuel is directly injected into the engine with the help of Injectors attached to the cylinders of a diesel machine.

This fuel injecting system basically consists of the following parts – Fuel injection apparatus (nozzle and nozzle holder), fuel supply line, Air-intake valve, and diesel engine exhaust valve.

The function of the parts of diesel injectors is as follows:

An apparatus for fuel injection: Each cylinder of a compression ignition engine is connected to a fuel injector and therefore each cylinder has its own diesel supply line which carries the diesel from the diesel tank to the diesel engine. The fuel injector consists of a nozzle and a nozzle holder.

1. Diesel supply line: Each cylinder of a diesel engine has its own diesel supply line which carries the diesel from the diesel tank to the CI engine.

2. An intake valve: The role of an intake valve is to suck air into the combustion chamber. The air blends with the condensed diesel thus strengthening the combustion.

3. Diesel engine exhaust valve: It

The Best Way To Stop Texting While Driving

The Best Way To Stop Texting While Driving

weThere are countless public awareness media concerning the danger of cell phone use and texting while driving. Yet many drivers continue to use the phone or text while driving. What will it take to get the public to understand the danger of distracted driving?

Every time a driver gets behind a wheel he has a 50 50 chance of having an accident. Whether or not an accident occurs depends on the type of drivers on the road, elements of nature, and the quality of the car’s make and model. The motorist cannot control the elements of nature or how well a car function, however, he can control what he does behind the wheel.

When on the road the motorist, in order to drive safely, his full attention must be on the road and other motorists. He must be prepared to stop, swerve, slow down, speed up or switch lane. In order to be successful at these maneuvers, the motorist has to actively engage his attention as he drives to his destination.

Many motorists because of their extensive driving experience brush off the importance of remaining focus on