Working principle of water parking heater
The car water parking heater, also known as the water parking heating system, is an auxiliary heating system on a car, which can be used after the engine is turned off, or during driving.
The working principle of the parking heating system is to extract a small amount of fuel from the fuel tank to the combustion chamber of the parking heater, and then the fuel is burned in the combustion chamber to generate heat, heating the engine coolant or air, and then dissipating the heat to the cabin through the heater radiator Inside, the engine is also warmed up at the same time. In this process, the battery's electric star and a certain amount of fuel will be consumed. Depending on the size of the heater, the amount of fuel required for one heating varies from 0.2 to 0.3 liters.
The parking heating system is mainly composed of intake air supply system, fuel supply system, ignition system, cooling system and control system. Its working process can be divided into five working steps: intake phase, oil phase, mixing phase, ignition and combustion Stage and heat exchange stage.