cylinder bore

cylinder bore

[′sil·ən·dər ‚bȯr]
(design engineering)
The internal diameter of the tube in which the piston of an engine or pump moves.
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A nifty field gun, this side-by-side has 20" cylinder bore barrels, so it was built for the grouse woods.
The latter was offered in a Riot Gun version with a 20-inch cylinder bore barrel, which soon replaced the shortened-off double barrel shotgun in the hands of law-enforcement officers.
I have tried it with 100-grain bullets, and the groups look like I'm using buckshot out of a cylinder bore.
The coating of cylinder bore walls is a multi-step process to ensure proper adhesion of the thermal spray material to the aluminum bore wall [1].
Torque wrenches were being imported and sold alongside the honing machines because it was known that uneven torque tightening of engine cylinder head bolts would distort the cylinder bore.
Hydraulic toolmakers often used the tool to obtain the proper finish in the cylinder bore.
Aluminum engine blocks without liners could have been a good method to reduce weight, if the hardness of the cylinder surface made of commonly-used Al-Si cast alloys was high enough to bear the wear between the piston rings and the surface of the cylinder bore.
Due to imperfections in manufacturing and pretightening process, as well as complex pattern of various operational loads, an ideal circular cylinder bore cannot be achieved during engine operation process.
The VK is a four-stroke engine with a 12-inch cylinder bore and 17-inch stroke, which was offered in versions from one to six cylinders.
To determine the hydraulic cylinder bore size required you need the surface area of the cylinder bore size and the hydraulic pressure being used on the machine or hydraulic pump cart.
It was/is a bolt action shotgun with a two-round magazine and the capability of reaching high flying honkers despite the fact of being cylinder bore.