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diesel engines

The combustion in a diesel engine is achieved by a high compression final pressure and temperature. The injector injects diesel fuel into the combustion chamber at the right time, after which the mixture of air and fuel ignites by itself. During a cold start, the glow plug preheats the air in the combustion chamber. Various developments made it possible to inject the fuel in a different way, such as the unit injector and common rail techniques.

Fuel pump