Piston-basic components of engine , Mechanical Engineering

Piston: It is a cylindrical component fitted into the cylinder forming the moving boundary of the combustion region. It fits perfectly (snugly) into the cylinder providing a gas-tight space with the help of piston rings and the lubricant. It forms the first link in transmitting the force exerted by combustion gases to the crankshaft.

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Figure : Piston

 

 

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