What is the working principle of engineering car radiator?

- Feb 28, 2020-

The temperature of the car will definitely rise, especially the engine. Excessive temperature will damage the engine noise. Therefore, a car cooling system is required to ensure that its temperature can be maintained in a proper temperature range. The engineering vehicle radiator is one of the important components.

The cooling system of a car is divided into air cooling and water cooling. The air cooling system is called an air cooling system, and the cooling liquid is called a water cooling system. Generally, the water cooling system consists of a water pump, a radiator of an engineering vehicle, a cooling fan, a thermostat, a compensation bucket, an engine block, a water jacket in a cylinder head, and other auxiliary devices.

Among them, the engineering car radiator is responsible for cooling the circulating water. Its water pipes and fins are mostly made of aluminum, and the aluminum water pipes are made into a flat shape. The engineering car radiator's fins are corrugated, focusing on heat dissipation performance, and the installation direction is vertical In the direction of air flow, try to keep the wind resistance small and the cooling efficiency high. The coolant flows inside the radiator core of the engineering car, and air passes outside the radiator core. The hot coolant becomes cold due to heat dissipation to the air, and the cold air heats up by absorbing the heat emitted by the coolant, so the radiator is a heat exchanger.

The engineering vehicle radiator consists of three parts: the water inlet chamber, the water outlet chamber and the radiator core. The cooling fluid flows inside the radiator core, and air passes outside the radiator. The hot coolant is cooled by radiating heat to the air, and the cold air is heated by absorbing the heat emitted by the coolant.