The Cooling System

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The cooling system is comprised of many components such as water pump, water heater, electric radiator fins, water chemistry, sensors, relays, etc.. The radiator is a vital part of the cooling system, it is used to cool down the combustion in the engine. It is mainly used in road vehicles, but also in others who are reciprocating engines for railway locomotives, aircraft, motorcycles and others who have a similar engine. The cooling system is powered by a liquid coolant and antifreeze, or water that passes through the engine block and heat. Then it circulates through pipes and hoses and enters the radiator, there the heat disappears into the atmosphere. When the liquid is cooled, it returns to the engine to take more of the accumulated heat and thus cooling the engine performed. This process is repeated until the engine is running, but only when necessary. The internal temperature also has an influence on this process. There are machines that use air cooling, thereby reducing the temperature of the engine. They have an electric propeller that is mounted near the radiator so air is blown through it. Thus, liquid cooled. Upon cooling, the air plays a very important role, because it takes the heat from the radiator. This leads to the need for continuous replacement of heated air with a new cooler. This heat transfer is repeated continuously when necessary. This is the reason to mount the radiator behind the grille or behind the mask in front of the construction machine. When it moves, the air passes through the radiator continuously and thus dissipate the heat that builds up in it. When the vehicle is moving, it then turns the fan that is pointed directly into the radiator, thereby creating an artificial current of air, taking away the accumulated heat.
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