engine cylinder

engine cylinder

[′en·jən ‚sil·ən·dər]
(mechanical engineering)
A cylindrical chamber in an engine in which the energy of the working fluid, in the form of pressure and heat, is converted to mechanical force by performing work on the piston. Also known as cylinder.
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The SinterCast technology, with 44 installations in 13 countries, is primarily used for the production of petrol and diesel engine cylinder blocks and exhaust components for passenger vehicles, medium-duty and heavy-duty cylinder blocks and heads for commercial vehicles, and industrial power engine components for marine, rail, off-road and stationary engine applications.
Tenders are invited for Expression of interest is invited from reputed firms having required expertise and facilities for partial or full machining of engine cylinder blocks and crank case.
The energy at the time of air separation, which began to flow into the engine cylinder from the entire mass, is superfluous.
In 1942, at the height of World War II, Bill Brodey was engaged in selling various tools and machines, including Joseph Sunnen honing machines used for honing engine cylinder bores.
The cause for LSPI is widely believed to be due to the liquid particles of the crankcase oil entering the engine cylinder [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9].
In the first, the air is compressed and fed to the reservoir while the second stage only is carried out in the engine cylinder.
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Some 139,917 vehicles affected by the recall are at risk of localized overheating of the engine cylinder which could lead to an oil leak resulting in fire.
Ford said on Wednesday that the recall is to prevent a dislodged cup plug in the engine cylinder head, which potentially result in an immediate discharge of engine coolant.
CRC used the arbitrary criterion of 10 percent engine leakdown (a diagnostic test in which an engine cylinder is pressurized with compressed air, and the rate at which the cylinder loses pressure is measured) to determine if an engine "failed.
The determination of the variable temperature fields is experimentally realized by fitting thermocouples in the wall of the Dacia engine cylinder head, in the area of the intake and exhaust valves, fig.