What device produces the air-petrol mix used in internal combustion engine?

Answer :

The Carburetor or Carburettor

The carburetor is a mechanical device that mixes air and fuel in an appropriate air–fuel ratio for combustion inside internal combustion engines to produce better efficiency.

Carburettor is found only in spark-ignition engines and not in compression ignition engines.

Technically or in terms of chemical engineering a carburetor is a device that saturates air (the gas) with fuel (the hydrocarbon).

Did you know Carburetors have been around since the late 19th century when they were first developed by automobile pioneer and Mercedes founder Karl Benz.

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