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24 February, 08:04

What is the main difference between an internal cumbustion engine and a external combination engine

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  1. 24 February, 08:52
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    Internal and external combustion engines are two types of heat engines: they convert thermal energy into mechanical energy. The main difference between internal and external combustion engine is that in internal combustion engines, the working fluid burns inside the cylinder, whereas in external combustion engines, combustion takes place outside the cylinder and heat is then transferred to the working fluid.
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