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engine block

[′en·jən ‚bläk]
(design engineering)
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The services consist of carrying out maintenance of the 60 000 h type with replacement of the engine block and revamping and carrying out an annual preventive and curative maintenance.
For years, aluminum has been a popular choice in engine block material in both mass market and niche applications.
The engine block is higher up in the vehicle engine compartment and less vulnerable to penetration by an object found on the road.
Also, the solid weight of the engine block base ensures the workbench isn't going anywhere," Scott says.
25 million finished engine blocks annually at foundries worldwide.
The truck engine block is heated by incorporating the engine coolant systems between TriPac and the truck engine.
The agreement covers the manufacturing of large engine blocks for Wartsila.
A slight chamfer is also put on the cylinder bore and top face of the engine block.
The aluminum engine blocks in W8 and W12 arrange the cylinders in a two part design, the interface between the top part of the engine block made of ALUSIL and the bottom part of conventional alloy (referred to as the bed plate) at fire level of the crankshaft center line.
On its rookie outing, Valiant Industries produced its first NASCAR[R] engine block in only 271 days, thanks to the capabilities of its HMCs.
Mounted within the engine block, the oil cooler minimizes ex- posed plumbing and pipe work.
The impact was so great that the engine block was thrown out, and shrapnel from the truck was scattered along a 1,000-foot stretch near Buena Vista Street and San Fernando Road.