rotary engine cycle
Rotary engine: combustion engine in which the combustion chamber is divided by a rotor into three turning parts of unequal volume.
The air/fuel mixture enters the cylinder through the intake manifold; the rotor’s motion forces it into the next chamber.
Passages through which the air/fuel mixture enters the cylinder.
When the compression level is reached, the spark plugs produce sparks that ignite the air/fuel mixture.
Triangular piston turning eccentrically around an axle and transmitting a rotational motion directly to the crankshaft.
In the passage before the exhaust manifold, the burned gases are expelled by the rotor.
The rotor’s rotation reduces the volume in the chamber and compresses the mixture.
Pipe through which the burned gases are expelled from the cylinder.