cylinder bore


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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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of shot to work with, patterns will prove to be very thin beyond 25 yards, particularly from a cylinder bore.
5 liter and our 3 liter V-8s the difference is in cylinder bore diameter and a combustion chamber change in the cylinder head (e.
Tenders are invited for Pneumatic Cylinder Bore 3 1/4 Inch Stroke 5 Inch Rod Dia Equal 1 Inch Cushion Head Both Ends, Head Trunion Mounting Style.
Its stopping power is legendary, but we have to remember that at across-the-room distances, even a wide-open cylinder bore will allow buckshot to spread only about 4".
According to Messrs Heath and Norcini, the various clearances in the cylinder bore (with piston and rings installed) are probably the most influential features in a lubricant test engine.
Engine weight reductions - the coating can reduce the weight of a V-6 engine, for instance, by approximately six pounds -- Reduced friction between the piston rings and cylinder bore, which has been shown to deliver measurable friction reduction -- Improved oil and fuel economy -- Improved engine performance due to better heat management
Mazda is applying the process to all machining areas for the aluminum cylinder block except finishing, boring and honing of the cylinder bore.
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Also minimizing friction is an offset cylinder bore design: the crankshaft is aligned such that the side thrust of the piston is minimized just after the top-dead-center position in the combustion cycle.