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A spark plug is an electrical component which fits into the cylinder head of the internal combustion engine where ignition takes place of the compressed aerosol gasoline with the help of electrical spark. Spark plugs have an insulated centre electrode connected by an heavily insulated wire to an ignition coil which is finally formed by the the grounded terminals on the base of the plug, having a spark gap inside the cylinder and all such alignments would create the favourable position of the combustion.
The spark plug works as a heat exchanger with the pulling of unwanted thermal energy to the combustion chamber and transferring the same to the engine cooling system.
As the electron flows from the coils, a voltage differential sets up between the centre electrode and the sides of the electrodes. Once the voltage exceeds the dielectric strength of tge gases, the gases will be ultimately ionised. Then this ionised gas becomes a conductor allowing the electrons to flow across the gap. Resultant spark should have voltage in excess of 20,000 volts to fire property.
The current of electrons finally raises the temperature of the spark plug to 60,000K sufficient enough for expansion for the ionised gas very quickly. This would follow a click heard when the operation starts and would be akin to igniting and thunder.