How the carburetor works
A carburetor is a node of the power supply system of an internal combustion engine designed to prepare a combustible mixture of optimal composition by mixing (carburization, fr. Carburation) of liquid fuel with air and controlling the amount of its supply to the engine cylinders. It has the widest application on different engines, ensuring the operation of a wide variety of devices. On mass cars from the 80s of the twentieth century. carburetor fuel delivery systems are being forced out by injection.
A fascinating video clearly demonstrates the principle of the work of such an exotic thing today, like a carburetor.
The video shows a four-chamber carburetor of the American brand Holley, mounted on a 9.9-liter V8 gasoline engine.