The radiator is placed in the front of the vehicle, often attached to other heat exchangers, such as the intercooler or condenser.
The radiator is essential for the cooling of combustion engines. In such engines, there may be as many as 4,000 fuel explosions per minute, each generating temperatures of up to 1,500°C. The cooling liquid, which is circulating through a cooling jacket, cools the engine block, as well as pistons, valves, gaskets, rings, engine head, and other elements of the engine.
The circulating coolant receives the combustion heat. Flowing through the radiator, it exchanges the heat with atmospheric air.
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