Crowley Academy
Module 3 - Two-Stroke and Four-Stroke Engines
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Test Questions
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Piston Diagram
Identify component number 1 *
5 points
Identify component number 2
5 points
Identify component number 3
5 points
Identify Component number 4
5 points
Identify component number 5
5 points
Identify component number 6
5 points
Identify component number 7
5 points
What do newer Four-Stroke Engines use instead of a carburator? *
5 points
Where are Fuel Injectors usually positioned? *
5 points
Unlike four stroke engines, Reed valves are utilized for the two-stroke. These reed valves have the ability to __________ allowing the air fuel mixture in but not out.
10 points
What is the name of the passage betweeen the crankcase and intake ports on a two-stroke engine?
10 points
In a Cross-flow or Cross-Charged scavenging method the top of the piston has _______ that deflects the fresh charge up toward the top of the cylinder.
5 points
One of the biggest differences between the two scavenging methods are that they direct flow of the incoming charge differently.
2 points
The beauty of the 2 stroke engine is that it does two jobs at once. While the piston is compressing the mixture inside the cylinder, it's also drawing in the fresh ______ and _______ into the crankcase
10 points
Choose whether the description is (a) two or (b) four stroke engine
Engine completes 1 rotation of the crankshaft per cycle.
2 points
Power is produced once every 4 strokes of the piston
2 points
Which system uses pressurized oil, so that the oil gets delivered all through the engine unlike its counterpart.
2 points
Has oil in the crankcase
2 points
No need of adding oil or lubricant to fuel
2 points
A bump or protuberance may be needed on the top side of the piston
2 points
Contains a camshaft
4 points
Which engine is comparatively lighter
2 points
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