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    Discussion in 'Industrial design' started by GarethW, Mar 16, 2010.

    1. Menelaus

      Menelaus New Member

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      The 1973 Trans Am is a much better looking beast.
       
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    3. john12

      john12 Well-Known Member EngineeringClicks Expert

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      I was told about this in design school too!

      If you're talking about aircraft, De Havilland have some classics.

      The Mosquito is nice: [​IMG]
       
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      My little contribution st3600-6497.jpg
       
    5. MSHOfficial

      MSHOfficial Well-Known Member EngineeringClicks Expert

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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.
       
    6. john12

      john12 Well-Known Member EngineeringClicks Expert

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      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.
       
    7. Will123321

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      Recently on Flickr I found some great picture feeds from classic industrial design.
       

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