How the Cooling System of Your Car Works

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The engine is the most important component of your car which can help you to change the chemical energy of your car into mechanical energy. In most of the cars, the chemical energy turns into heat energy and overheat the engine. But the car has a cooling system to lower the heating temperature of the engine and protect its parts. It has different components to make your car engine cool and prevent the overheating damages. But do you know that how they will work? Here the defined slides will provide you the clear description of the method in which the cooling system works in your car.

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HOW THE COOLING SYSTEM OF YOUR CAR WORKS ?

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Engine is the only component in your car that can change the chemical energy to the form of mechanical energy.

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But the seventy percent of the chemical energy turns into heat energy than the mechanical energy.

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To prevent the overheating in the engine system, the car has a completely acknowledged cooling system.

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The cooling system of your car used to lower the temperature of your engine that might damage other parts of your car.

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The cooling system of your car can consist of several different subsystems to work. Such as: Engine coolant Water pump Radiator Thermostat

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Engine coolant

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Coolant is the most vital part of the cooling system which is surrounding the engine block.

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It is used to absorbs the heat from the engine and carries it out when it continues its circulation route.

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Over pressurizing the cooling system can be freezing in the cold weathers and damage the engine.

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Water pump

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Water pump is the mechanical pump of your car that can push the coolant through the radiator and the car's engine.

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It contains an impeller to put the pressure for moving the coolant through the engine and the radiator.

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Its flow always increase at the same proportion according to the engine revolutions per units.

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Radiator

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Radiator is the rectangular shaped metal box that fits in front of your engine.

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The radiator contains a series of fins and tubes that can allow a large surface area for passing the fluid.

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When the coolant moves through the passages, the heat transferred into the fin to cooled down the air into the radiator.

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When the air forced through the spaces between the metal fins, then the heat is radiated into the air and away from the engine.

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Thermostat

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Thermostat is used to detects your car's operating temperature and works as a coolant transmission gateway.

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It is basically designed for regulating the flow of coolant from the radiator to the engine.

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When the engine reached high temperature then the thermostat release the flow of coolant and when the engine cools it restricts it.

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Once the temperature of the engine is achieved then it continues to circulate the coolant in the cooling system.

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Conclusion

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By performing the regular maintenance of your car engine and the cooling system will add life to your car as well as the engine.

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Properly taking care of the cooling system can prolong the life of your engine without doing any extra expenditures.

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