The water-cooled diesel engine is a diesel-fueled internal combustion engine that converts the heat energy released by the combustion of the fuel into electric energy or mechanical energy, and is widely used in industrial and agricultural production.
Water-cooled diesel engines are mainly used in agricultural machinery, engineering machinery, automobile industry, ship machinery, power industry and other fields.
The water cooled diesel engine mainly has two categories: circulating water-cooled diesel engines and evaporative water-cooled diesel engines. The main difference lies in the difference in cooling mode: the circulating water-cooled diesel engine mainly relies on the forced cooling system cooling water in the water tank. When working, the hot water goes up into the water tank, is forced to cool into cold water by the fan, and is pumped back to the diesel engine for reuse. The evaporative water-cooled diesel engine relies on the natural evaporation of water, and the heat of the diesel engine is taken away during the evaporation process, achieving the purpose of cooling. However, this type of cooling requires frequent water addition and relatively high fuel consumption. It is inexpensive and suitable for use in the Central Plains.
1.The fuel used in the diesel engine must be clean and should be allowed to stand for more than 72 hours.
2.The radiator type diesel engine should maintain the normal water temperature (75 ℃ ~ 95 ℃). In order to release cooling water, the radiator cover must be opened first and then unscrew the water switch on the cylinder block.