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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When the Bren is fired, a small amount of the expanding propellant gases move through the barrel's gas port (after the bullet has moved past this point), through the regulator, striking the piston head and moving it rearward.
Sciaky responded to the challenge by modifying its Arc (TIG) DM process, and "coating" the piston head with Inconel using a proprietary TIG technique.
This in turn feeds to the container via a piston head.
To convey the proper usage of COSMOS/Works, the students will build a piston head assembly.
Engine strength and rigidity are boosted by using semi-closeddeck cylinder blocks, reshaping the piston head, fitting screw-in type connecting rods and using forged pistons and shimless valve lifters.
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.
Greg Perez, Piston head in Cebu, said drivers are protesting the increase of fines for traffic violations to as much as P2,000.
Factors that were taken into account were the placement of the injector in relationship to the spark plug; the size and angular placement of the intake and exhaust valves; the size and volume of the combustion chamber; and the configuration of the piston head.
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.
The piston head is attached to a cylindrical extension that telescopes the barrel.
Tenders are invited for Piston Head Disc For 8 Inch X 8 Inch Brake Cyclinder Type Vah As Per Drg.