Cylinder - part of combustion engine, Mechanical Engineering

Cylinder - Part of combustion engine:

Cylinder:

It provides cylindrical closed space to allow movement of piston and to admit charge. It is made up of grey cast iron or iron alloyed with other elements such as nickel, chromium etc. The fuel is burnt inside the cylinder. The internal diameter of cylinder is called as bore.

 

 

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