## Friday, December 23, 2022

gives a comprehensive explanation on Engine Firing Order with the help of four cylinder engines as an example. The topic is a part of the Automobile Engineering course that deals with the study of all parts and mechanisms involved for the desired functioning of an automobile. The course also deals with the Electrical Systems involved in the working of an Automobile such as Lightings, Starting Motor etc.

Magic Marks is India’s largest online e-learning platform that provides comprehensive courses in the form of video tutorials. Magic Marks covers all the aspects of online engineering courses. The videos are easy to understand and every course has additional notes and formula that one can refer to whenever they need.

Firing order of a multi cylinder engine is the power delivering sequence of each cylinder which is set by the designer such that the combustion of fuel in different cylinders occurs in a predefined order that can produce uninterrupted and  maximum power output through the crankshaft  of an multi-cylinder engine.

(i) In-Line 2 cylinder engine of a Tata Nano –

In Tata Nano,  2-cylinder in-line engine is used even being the more than 1-cylinder engine, firing order  is not so complex as it is quite obvious that when cylinder 1 will get firing or the spark plug ignition than the cylinder 2 will be at compression stroke and the order of the firing will be 1-2.

(ii) In-Line 4 cylinder engine of a Maruti Suzuki Swift–

In cars like swift having 4-cylinders placed in a straight line, the firing order is configured as 1-3-4-2 which means all the cylinders will have firing or the spark plug ignition according to the 1-3-4-2 sequence, it is found that in a 4 cylinder engine a complete firing order gives 720 degrees of the crankshaft rotation which means each power stroke by the individual piston gives 180 degree of rotation to the crankshaft.

gives a comprehensive explanation on Engine Firing Order with the help of four cylinder engines as an example. The topic is a part of the Automobile Engineering course that deals with the study of all parts and mechanisms involved for the desired functioning of an automobile. The course also deals with the Electrical Systems involved in the working of an Automobile such as Lightings, Starting Motor etc.

Magic Marks is India’s largest online e-learning platform that provides comprehensive courses in the form of video tutorials. Magic Marks covers all the aspects of online engineering courses. The videos are easy to understand and every course has additional notes and formula that one can refer to whenever they need.

Firing order of a multi cylinder engine is the power delivering sequence of each cylinder which is set by the designer such that the combustion of fuel in different cylinders occurs in a predefined order that can produce uninterrupted and  maximum power output through the crankshaft  of an multi-cylinder engine.

(i) In-Line 2 cylinder engine of a Tata Nano –

In Tata Nano,  2-cylinder in-line engine is used even being the more than 1-cylinder engine, firing order  is not so complex as it is quite obvious that when cylinder 1 will get firing or the spark plug ignition than the cylinder 2 will be at compression stroke and the order of the firing will be 1-2.

(ii) In-Line 4 cylinder engine of a Maruti Suzuki Swift–

In cars like swift having 4-cylinders placed in a straight line, the firing order is configured as 1-3-4-2 which means all the cylinders will have firing or the spark plug ignition according to the 1-3-4-2 sequence, it is found that in a 4 cylinder engine a complete firing order gives 720 degrees of the crankshaft rotation which means each power stroke by the individual piston gives 180 degree of rotation to the crankshaft.