How the carburettor works
The carburettor is a unit of the internal combustion engine power system, designed to prepare a combustible mixture of the optimal composition by mixing (carburation, friction carburation) of liquid fuel with air and regulating the amount of its supply to the engine cylinders. It has the widest application on different engines, providing operation of the most diverse devices. On mass cars since the 80-ies of the twentieth century. Carburettor fuel delivery systems are replaced by injector systems.
A fascinating video demonstrates the principle of the work of such an exotic thing to date, like a carburetor.
The video shows a four-chamber carburetor of the American brand Holley, installed on a 9.9-liter petrol engine V8.