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.
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While structure (b) could achieve brake energy recovery in small pedal displacement because of the idle stroke between rack and push rod.
I suggest that units get tube-type pipe insulation from a local hardware store and put it around the exposed push rod on the cylinder.
The push rod will be pushed with a force which will have to move the cam around X axis for obtaining a rotation angle of 18[degrees].
Those four bolts were wrapped neatly in a parts bag and zip-tied just above the wire harness and the collective push rod.
You make this little explosion, then the valve opens, the push rod goes down, and so on," she says.
The Oil Filled Transducer is an addition to the Alternate Fill family of transducers currently available, which includes the NaK filled and Push Rod style transducers.
The AD also requires the replacement of all existing bolts and attachment nuts at the forward and aft end attachment of each elevator tab push rod with new bolts and self-locking castellated nuts with cotter pins.
Post-flight inspection revealed that the follow-up push rod in the port aileron had failed.
This allows precise location and depth of the push rod at all times during the road push, which makes a safer operation.
carefully remove (and conserve) mercury and the push rod from push rod holder;