Bore - thermodynamics, Mechanical Engineering

Bore - Thermodynamics:

The inner diameter of engine cylinder is called as bore. It can be measured by a vernier calliper or bore gauge. As engine cylinder wears out with the passage of time, so the bore diameter changes to larger value, therefore the piston becomes lose in the cylinder, and power loss occurs. To over come this problem reboring to therefore next standard size is done and new piston is placed. Bore can be denoted by the letter 'D'. It is measured in mm (S.I. units) or inches (metric units). It is used to calculate the engine capacity (or cylinder volume).

 

 

Posted Date: 10/15/2012 3:32:22 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Bore - thermodynamics, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Bore - thermodynamics, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Bore - thermodynamics Discussions

Write discussion on Bore - thermodynamics
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Calculate number of cycles to fracture: If the plastic deformation is taken into consideration calculate number of cycles to fracture in above Example. Solution Δ K I

Q. Define Heat for electrical resistance welding? The heat, H for electrical resistance welding is generated by passing a large electrical current ( of the order of 3000 to 100


Four Stroke Engine - thermodynamics: Figure given below shows the working of a four stroke engine. During suction stroke only air (in case of diesel engine) or air with petrol

Define the Boundary Representation of solids Boundary model or b-rep model is based on the topological notion that a physical object is bounded by a set of faces. These faces a

Determine the resultant of the loads: A system of loads acting on beam is shown in the figure given below. Determine the resultant of the loads. Sol.: Let R be resultant

Give justification toward the development of rapid prototyping?

Design of a Bicycle Frame : Figure  depicts a simple bicycle frame, which is to be built of hollow aluminium tubing with outside diameter of 20 mm and wall thickness of 2 mm. The f


Q. Design pressure of Vessels? The design pressure shall be as specified on the Vessel Data Sheet. The design pressure for a vessel in vacuum service shall be full vacuum (1