Component balance refers to the balance between all the components rotating at high speeds. Firing interval refers to the regulation of the angle turned by the crankshaft between the power strokes of a multi cylinder engine. Secondary force is the force which must be adjusted according to the original motion or the simple harmonic motion (Ludvith, 2009).
Transmission is connected to the engine from the clutch. It turns at the same revolutions per minute as the engine. The torque and the speed are inversely proportional to each other if the power remains constant. The gear box allows the engine's output torque and speed to vary. The vehicle's speed and load are matched, based on the weight in the car and the road conditions. All engines have a redline, which is the maximum rpm value above which the engine will explode. They also have narrow rpm ranges where the horsepower and the torque reach their maximum. Gear ratios perform a very important role; they allow the engine and the drive wheels to change as the car changes the speed. Changing gears allows the engine to stay below the redline and near the rpm range for the best performance.
In Inline 3-cylinder engines the engine fires once every 240 degrees crankshaft angle. The Firing order is 1-3-2. ...Show more