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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The goal was to achieve near net shape forging including the crown feature on the piston head that could save material and machining cost.
where [A.sub.p] is sectional area of piston head and v is relative velocity between piston and cylinder barrel, then, the liquid [Q.sub.2] flowing through valve pipes can be calculated by the following [25]:
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.
An engine manufacturer recently came to Sciaky with a special challenge to create a better piston head that could withstand significantly higher temperatures than standard.
What is the correct distance between the op-rod piston head and the back of the gas port?
Normally I am more of a petrol person than a diesel piston head, but the V6 HDi engine in the coupA is the same sweet motor you'd find in Jaguar's S-Type - and with 205bhp it's only 6bhp shy of the three-litre petrol V6.
"In those days the company was busy with 'piston head' and 'pick and place' assembly."
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.
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.