Let’s Talk About Mechanics

As car lovers, we need to be informed about the latest developments in mechanics. Not just about car mechanics, but the mechanics of various devices given that almost everything can later find its way into automobiles. For instance, I’ve been reading CleanBreathing on air purifiers and how they work, because car air purifiers are becoming more popular every day. And not just devices such as these. GPS devices, tablets, phone chargers…it seems that nowadays everything is smart.

The new self-controlling cars are also a challenge for car lovers. They have powerful batteries that are used for running the car. How these really strong batteries are connected to the rest of the mechanical pieces is really interesting for auto mechanics. Software and hardware functioning harmoniously in four wheels. People can’t wait to get and try one of these super exciting cars. The reparations of these cars are provided by the manufacturer, but it’s a question of time when these cars will be produced in such quantities that passionate car lovers such as ourselves will have the pleasure to look inside and see how they work. It’s also just a matter of time when these cars will start dominating speedway racing. It will be difficult to say goodbye to oil and the old combustion motors (or will it?). 

Anyways, the sweet old basic car mechanics. I almost feel nostalgic about the most important piece of mechanical cars, the car engine. The internal combustion engine, for example, has got its name because fuel, air, and electricity combust under pressure and create the energy necessary to move something as heavy as a car.

The combustion happens in a combustion chamber where all the small explosions happen. The chamber consists of pistons that move up and down the chamber. There’s the cylinder, which is basically the wall of the chamber, and the cylinder head, which serves as the ceiling of the combustion chamber. When the explosion happens and the pistons move up and down, the crankshaft which is connected to the pistons also moves. The crankshaft is connected with a camshaft through a belt. The camshaft extends on the top part of the engine and controls the intake and the outtake valves. Intake valves bring air and fuel into the combustion chamber and outtake valves release the drains produced after the combustion. It’s all existing explosions and moving parts. No software, just plain old mechanics. I really love them.