What is the work of CC, BHP, NM and RPM in Engine? Learn the answer to every question here


Engine में CC, BHP, NM और RPM का क्या होता है काम? यहां जानें हर सवाल का जवाब

What is the work of CC, BHP, NM and RPM in Engine? Learn the answer to every question here (Photo: Unsplash)

Engine is the most important part in any vehicle. Then whether it is a car, motorcycle, scooter, bus or truck. In such a situation, whenever there is talk about vehicles, often CC, BHP, Nm and RPM is mentioned. But do you know what is the function of all these in the vehicle engine and why they are most important for any vehicle. Here we will tell you what is CC, BHP, NM and RPM in the engine of any vehicle.

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What does CC stand for in an engine?

The engine size of the vehicle is measured in – or cubic capacity ie cc. This refers to the amount of air and fuel that can be pushed through the cylinders in the engine.

bhp: brake horsepower

Brake horsepower is a term you must have heard before. But if you haven’t heard, then tell me. Normally it is around 120 BHP in small vehicles and 120-200 BHP in more family size vehicles. Normally a vehicle that gets more than 200 BHP can be considered as a high performance vehicle. BHP is told in Hp and Ps.

What is newton meter ie Nm?

Torque is normally measured in newton meters ie Nm or you can see lb-feet (pound-feet) measurement, although this unit of measurement is quite old. If you want to calculate the conversion for yourself, 1 Nm is equal to 0.738 lb/ft.

This work is done by RPM

RPM stands for revolution per minute and it is used to check the speed at which a machine is working in a given period of time. In vehicles, RPM is a measure of how many times (per minute) the engine’s crankshaft rotates in one complete revolution. With this, how many times does each piston go up-down in its cylinder.

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