Refrigeration system Refrigeration system • Function: Responsible to circulate within the engine coolant.

Since high tempe ratures are produced due to combustion of the mixture inside and also the fricti on in moving parts. • Classification: A motor can be cooled in three ways, by wa ter, air or a mixture of both. Note that also cools the lubricating oil in some way but we will not stop to analyze the function of the oil. Water Cooling Water Cooling: Water Pump Water Cooling: Water Pump • The centrifugal type powered by a crankshaft pulley. The fluid is driven first to the block and cylinder head, through the radiator and finally back to the pu mp. Water Pump Radiator Radiator • It is a type of heat exchanger designed to transfer energy from hot coolant fl owing through it Externally forced air by a fan. In today's cars are built with parallel flat tubes and aluminum strip. For the first refrigerant circulates, it delivers heat to the latter, which in turn transferred to the air flowing throu gh the radiator. Internally, the tubes usually have fins that create turbulence for more efficient heat transfer of refrigerant. • The radiators usually have a tank on each side and within the same a transmission fluid cooler. Radiator Types of Radiator Fan • Helps control the temperature along with the thermostat. They can be electric (mainly transverse engine) controlled by a thermostat or computer, or mechanical , driven by a viscous coupling. Thermostat Thermostat • Its function is to allow the engine warm up quickly and keep it at a constant temperature by regulating the amount of water flowing through the radiator is op ened or closed. • The secret operation in the small cylinder is located on the m otor side, filled with a wax that melts at from 82 ° C. By going to melt, a rod in contact with the wax and the valve does the job. Top Exchanger • Increase the coolant boiling point of about 25 ° C to act as a pressure relief valve to about 15psi (or 103421.36Pa 1.034bar) by the spring. • When the fluid is expanded by temperature, pressure. Upon reaching the value of the spring open s the valve, the refrigerant flows through the overflow tube into the expansion tank, thus keeping the air outside the system. When the radiator cools, the vacu um pulls another spring, sucking water from the tank to its origin. Cylinder Refrigeration Cylinder Refrigeration

• Cooling of valves: The valves are cooled primarily by contact between the plat e and the seat on the stock, which, in turn, is cooled by water cooling system. As the exhaust valves operate up to 700 degrees, requires a large flow of water through the inside of the shirt around the valves to prevent the formation of po ckets of steam and hot spots. • Dry Shirts: The coolant circulates through the c avities machined into the block, has no direct contact with the cylinder • Wet S hirts: cylinder literally floating in the coolant. Cylinder Refrigeration Air cooling Air cooling