engine balance

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engine balance

[′en·jən ‚bal·əns]
(mechanical engineering)
Arrangement and construction of moving parts in reciprocating or rotating machines to reduce dynamic forces which may result in undesirable vibrations.
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Distinct from solid piston engines, the liquid piston enables engine balancing in a single piston engine.
The applications cluster around engine balancing and engine mounting systems for automobiles.
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