A Paper-Built V6 Engine Running Only On Compressed Air

Aug 16, 2015 By Sarah Brennan
For those who aren't car enthusiasts, car engine specifications aren't necessarily common knowledge. The engine is the "motherboard" of the car as it is essential to the function of a vehicle. The purpose of a car engine is to convert gasoline into motion so that your car can move.

There are two types of engines, diesel and gas turbine. Each has their advantages and disadvantages. In addition to the power intake type, engines are categorized by how they produce power. The V6 engine is an example of an internal combustion engine, which allows the fuel combustion to operate with the help of compressed, high-temperature and high-pressure air.

This car engine aficionado creates his very own V6 engine entirely out of paper, and it's not just a sculpture. It is fully functioning. Wait until you see it in action.
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