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Mechanical Engineering - Internal Combustion Engine Basics

Learn how internal combustion engines work to rotate pumps, generator rotors, fans and more in this free online course.

Publisher: saVRee
This free online Mechanical Engineering course will familiarise you with the inner workings of Internal Combustion (IC) engines. Internal Combustion engines are at work all around us, used to power a wide variety of machines. But how do these astounding and often complex machines work? This course uses 2D and 3D models to bring the inner workings of internal combustion engines to life. Start this course today to learn more about the IC engine.
  • Duration

    1.5-3 Hours
  • Students

    40,440
  • Accreditation

    CPD

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Modules

Outcome

Certification

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Description

Internal combustion (IC) engines are not only used in the automotive engineering and automobile engineering industries, they are used to rotate pumps, generator rotors, fans and many other machines. But what are internal combustion engines? Why do we use petrol/gasoline and diesel fuels instead of just one type of fuel? And how do these astounding machines work? This course will answer all of these questions and many more!

Irrespective of your background, learning about internal combustion engines will benefit you greatly. They are used as prime movers in cars, vans, trains, motorbikes, scooters, lawnmowers, leaf blowers and many other machines. So even if you are not an engineer, or training to become one, the knowledge you gain will always be useful, because a combustion engine is never far away!

This course is taught by an engineer with 17 years experience... you're in good hands! Interactive 3D models have been used to show you every engine component in detail, and 2D images have been used to highlight areas of interest.

 

This free online course will be of great interest to all learners wishing to expand their knowledge of Internal combustion (IC) engines, such as those interested in mechanical engineering as a career or those interested in working in the automotive and automobile industries. So, start this course today and improve your mechanical engineering knowledge!

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