Discussion in 'Industrial design' started by GarethW, Mar 16, 2010.
The 1973 Trans Am is a much better looking beast.
I was told about this in design school too!
If you're talking about aircraft, De Havilland have some classics.
The Mosquito is nice:
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I was wondering if anyone can explain to me the fuel injector system? What are the components required? And how does it work? I am not looking for just the basic mechanism!
Pictures and diagrams will be better for my understanding.
Thanks in advance.
Do you mean for car engines? Basically fuel injection allows more efficient operation (than older carburettors).
As I understand it fuel is basically squirted into the combustion chambers, rather than sucked in via the carburettor, but maybe someone can explain it in more detail.
Recently on Flickr I found some great picture feeds from classic industrial design.
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