power cylinder

power cylinder

[′pau̇·ər ‚sil·ən·dər]
(control systems)
A linear actuator consisting of a piston in a cylinder, driven by pneumatic or hydraulic fluid under high pressure.
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The Teksid Group, Torino, Italy, has initiated compacted graphite iron (CGI) product development for commercial vehicle and industrial power cylinder head programs at its met-alcasting facility in Monclova, Mexico.
High power density is achieved with a hardened power cylinder featuring the strongest single-piece forged-steel piston available in the industry, notes the company.
WGP and Windrock recognized that the accurate peak-firing pressure provided by the power cylinder continuous pressure monitoring systems would satisfy the first requirement.
The Scuderi split-cycle engine changes the heart of the conventional engine by dividing (or splitting) the four strokes of the Otto cycle over a paired combination of one compression cylinder and one power cylinder. Gas is not compressed in the compression cylinder.
It divides the four strokes of the cycle between a paired combination of one compression cylinder and one power cylinder. This paired combination fires each revolution of the crankshaft.
When braking, the power cylinder is turned off and the air is sent through the crossover passage directly into the tank and stored for use during operation.
Earlier fruits of that relationship have included the B3.3 and QST3O diesels, as well as much of the power cylinder technology for the top-of-the-line QSK78 engine.
Tenders are invited for bottom ash hopper gate and power cylinder ttps
The result was one catalyst element per power cylinder for all of the engines involved.
The Scuderi split-cycle engine divides the four strokes of the Otto cycle over a paired combination of one compression cylinder and one power cylinder. Gas is compressed in the compression cylinder and transferred to the power cylinder through a passage which includes a set of uniquely timed valves that maintains a pre-charged pressure through all four strokes of the cycle.
The Scuderi Split-Cycle Engine changes the heart of the conventional engine by dividing the four strokes of the Otto cycle over a paired combination of one compression cylinder and one power cylinder. Gas is compressed in the compression cylinder and transferred to the power cylinder through a gas passage which includes a set of uniquely timed valves that maintain a precharged pressure through all four strokes of the cycle.