push rod


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push rod

[′pu̇sh ‚räd]
(mechanical engineering)
A rod, as in an internal combustion engine, which is actuated by the cam to open and close the valves.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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To simplify the calculation of dynamic model, the coordinate system of lifting platform [O.sub.2-X'Y'Z'] has been referred to part B, wherein, [alpha] is obliquity of X axis, [beta] is obliquity of Z axis, and [F.sub.A], [F.sub.B] are supporting forces of each push rod. As a result, the equation of motion of part A can describe by the formula
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