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wrist pin

[′ris ‚pin]
(mechanical engineering)
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The analysis pointed out no significant differences in Von Mises stress distribution between coated and uncoated models: in both cases the peak values are concentrated at the bottom of the wrist pin housing, as shown in Figure 10.
where [m.sub.A], [m.sub.B], [m.sub.2], [m.sub.3], [m.sub.4], r, l, [r.sub.G2], [l.sub.a], and [l.sub.b] are rotating mass, reciprocating mass, crank mass, connecting rod mass, piston mass, crank radius, connecting rod length, distance of crank's center of gravity (CG) and main pin, distance of connecting rod's CG and crankpin, and distance of connecting rod's CG and wrist pin, respectively.
A retractable locator establishes the correct radial position of the wrist pin bore prior to clamping.
The last step is the finish assembly area where the crown and skirt are bolted together, and the wrist pin, one circlip and piston rings are installed.
The Slap studies showed that offsetting the wrist pin by 0.6 mm toward the thrust side would minimize the kinetic energy transfer of the piston impacts.