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Illustrated Guide to Internal Combustion Engines


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This is a well-written and really, really well-illustrated and animated guide explaining how internal combustion engines work by Bartosz Ciechanowski.

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As usual I woke up in the middle of the night.  At least i learned something this time.
That guy explained it well, I liked being able to move the animations around to see things

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Love the engine, the mind that thought up that cannon shot to turn a piston, creating thrust to do “work”. Incredible and what an incredible world we live in....now I just gotta figure out how to rebuild the gears on my HD. Just for fun.

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thanks for the share.   I sent this to my grandkids.   Very cool.  

When I was young, we purchased a see thru plastic working model of the V8. 

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6 hours ago, dennyjones said:

thanks for the share.   I sent this to my grandkids.   Very cool.  

When I was young, we purchased a see thru plastic working model of the V8. 

We had one of those too! The Museum of Science in Boston also had a really nice exhibit on them. 

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39 minutes ago, boogielicious said:

We had one of those too! The Museum of Science in Boston also had a really nice exhibit on them. 

I figured you’d watch this and think ‘ what an elementary look at the internal combustion engine.’ 🤣

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