Internal Combustion Engine with Glass Cylinder Allows us to See Combustion Fires!

If you ask ten auto enthusiasts nine of them would say they're interested in engines, but do they really know something about engines?

The engine types? What are they? How they work? What are their principles? Where to use them? These kinds of questions can usually be answered by engineers and mechanics. Let us ask you, for example? Do you know what is an internal combustion engine? Have you ever seen one? Have you watched it running? Do you know where it is used? In today's exceptional video we share right on this page, you're going to see a two-stroke internal combustion engine. This is, of course, not an ordinary IC engine. What makes it special is that it has a glass cylinder that allows us to see the combustion fires. Slowing down the speed and checking the video in this way will let us see the combustion fires in more detail. It's a great video and excellent engineering. Thumbs up for the designer, Jan Ridders and the constructer, Huib Visser!

Check out the video, see how an internal combustion engine works and let us know what you think about it in the comments below!