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Different Types Of Diesel Engine

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Many carmakers target for diesel engines at the moment. Different types of cars ranging from very small to those companies who are all about luxury now come with engines. And the best part is, no longer believes that these engines 'dirty'. Diesel has already synonymous with cleaner technology in diesel and only pays great attention to the engine, but boasts high fuel efficiency. Diesel invented in 1893 by Rudolf Diesel and clean diesel technology brought by Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz, the German auto industry companies.
But if you are interested in diesel engines, you will also need to learn about the different types of the same. The first type of engine has common rail direct injection. This is a very recent invention is based on the principle of direct injection engine. CRDI will improve the quality of work and take care of the engine and improve mileage. This invention was developed by Robert Huber, used Fiat group on a large scale, and ultimately was sold to Robert Bosch, the German company. In early 1990, he has become very popular with car buyers in urban areas because of several advantages.
The second type of fuel injection diesel engine is Multi jet Fuel Injection. This is also developed by the Fiat Group. With this system of a diesel engine has a significant improvement in the performance of CRDI. Engine injector is used to obtain information from the fuel in the combustion chamber. Injector is basically a valve which is spring-loaded and opens and closes in some of the fuel pressure and thus energy production. It is synchronized several views of injecting fuel and firing of a certain amount in advance fuel in the combustion chamber. Other types of motors are simple in December Turbo engine.
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Thank you so much!! Keep it up and update more information.
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