Four-Stroke Engine :-
A four-stroke engine is an internal combustion engine that utilizes four distinct piston strokes (intake, compression, power, and exhaust) to complete one operating cycle. The piston make two complete passes in the cylinder to complete one operating cycle. An operating cycle requires two revolutions (720°) of the crankshaft.
Diesel Engine :-
An internal combustion engine that uses the heat of highly compressed air to ignite a spray of fuel introduced after the start of the compression stroke.one cycle of a four-stroke diesel engine :-
Two-Stroke Engine :-
A two-stroke engine is a type of internal combustion engine which completes a power cycle with two strokes of the piston during only one crankshaft revolution.
Wankel Engine :-
Atkinson Engine :-
Gnome Rotary Engine :-
- Singles are typically used in motorbikes, snowblowers, chainsaws etc.
- V-twins are also found in motorbikes.
- The triple is almost unique to Triumph motorbikes where they call it the Speed Triple.
- Inline-fours are the mainstay of car engines, as well as being found in some motorbikes too such as the BMW K1200S.
- Inline fives used to be used a lot in Audis but have found a new home in current Volvos.
- The V5 is something you’ll find in some VWs.
- The V6 has the benefits of being smoother than an inline-four but without the fuel economy issues of a V8.
- Boxer engines are found in BMW motorbikes