piston head


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piston head

[′pis·tən ‚hed]
(mechanical engineering)
That part of a piston above the top ring.
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While it would work for a time, it would eventually beat up the end of the piston head and cause problems.
The follower plate and bolts cover the piston rings on the piston head and hold them in place.
Almost the entire pressure load in a diaphragm application is supported by the piston head and only a small amount of the liquid or gas pressure is supported by the narrow convolution of the diaphragm.
Other topics include ink flow in an offset press, the design of a piston head, a cabinet for a drum washing machine, and a cutting head for a hard rock boring machine.
Just in front of that hole is the pump slot where the pump piston head can be seen when the pump arm is extended all the way down .
Some of the propellant gases move through the gas vent in the barrel into the gas cylinder, where they impinge against the piston head to drive it rearward.
The piston head is attached to a cylindrical extension that telescopes the barrel.
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It has also proved its worth in enabling Longley Farm to both change the lids for its pots and redesign the piston heads for its packing machines.
Commenting to Piston Heads on when the original concept for the SUV was floated, Aston Martin's director of design, Marek Reichman, said, 'That was a different time.
This not only overheats the piston heads, but also sends unburned fuel to the diesel particulate filter.