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Become a Member Already a member? A continuous internal combustion engine is very different, but still involves burning fuel in a combustion chamber. In this type of engine, air and fuel are ignited in the chamber in a continuous manner. Dina has taught college Environmental Studies classes and has a master’s degree in Environmental and Water Resource Engineering.

Unlock Your Education See for yourself why 30 million people use Study. Fuel is introduced into the combustion chamber and the mixture is ignited. Exam Prep Algebra II: Fundamentals of internal combustion engines by k. Image Showing Linear Motion of Piston and Rotational Motion of Crankshaft Continuous Internal Combustion Engines A continuous internal combustion engine is very different, but still involves burning fuel in a combustion chamber.

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They may also run on continuous combustion, where hot high velocity air is forcefully pushed out of the engine, propelling the engine forward. Choose a billing plan.

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