Describe crank-pin effort, Mechanical Engineering

Describe the following terms:-

a) Gyroscope

b) Crank-pin effort

c) Piston Effort

d) Crank effort

e) Thrust on crank shaft bearings. 

f) Brake and Dynamometer

g) Axis of Spin and Axis of Precession.

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