1. What does CC mean in Car engine? Now, cc stands for cubic centimetres - It is a unit to measure the engine's displacement. This is the measurement of the volume of the engine's cylinders or "compartments". Now, when you read 200 cc it means the volume of the cylinder is 200 cubic centimeters. CC can also be expressed in the form of litres. So, 200 cc = 0.2 L engine. Remember that: 1 cubic centimeter = 0.001 liters = 1 milli liter.
The sidewall of tyre provides the information about the tyre including the specifications, the brand, etc. All the codes on tyres are standardized and recognized by all tyre manufacturers worldwide
Meaning of codes marked on tyres: Tyre width (in mm)Aspect RatioRim Diameter (in inches)Load IndexSpeed ratingSpecifications of tyre marked on sidewall on above image as 235/45R17 97W The ‘235’ indicates the section width of the tyre in millimeters. The ’45’ tells the ‘profile’ of the tyre, or the width of the tyre compared to its height. It is expressed in percentage. (45%, in this case). The ‘R17′ indicates the size (in inches) of the wheel rim to which the tyre is designed to be fitted. The ’97’ indicates the tyre’s load index, and The ‘W’ denotes the speed rating. Load Index: Load index corresponds to the load capacity . Commonly chosen load index values of automobiles are shown below in image.
Speed Rating: The Speed rating of a tyre is the maximum speed at which the tyre can carry a load corresp…
What is the reason behind having a vertical exhaust system in a tractor?
1) Tractor is a off-road vehicle, usually used in every terrain including water dominated areas, where, there are chances of water to get in exhaust pipe and causing harm to the engine and exhaust system itself. 2) Most of tractors don't have protective cab, so to avoid suffocation vertical arrangement is best. 3) Many chemicals are spread on crops or plants by driving tractor on the space between plants. If exhaust system is horizontal and below the driver them harmful and hot emissions can harm the crop. Special note - Sometimes the end of exhaust pipe is curved, or has a hinged cover flap which the gas flow blows out of the way, to try to prevent foreign objects (including droppings from a bird perching, rain drops, ice on the exhaust pipe when the vehicle is not being used) getting inside the exhaust pipe.