Definition of Trunk piston. Meaning of Trunk piston. Synonyms of Trunk piston

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Definition of Trunk piston

Trunk piston
Trunk piston Trunk piston In a single-acting engine, an elongated hollow piston, open at the end, in which the end of the connecting rod is pivoted. The piston rod, crosshead and stuffing box are thus dispensed with.

Meaning of Trunk piston from wikipedia

- the side of the piston against the cylinder wall. A longer piston helps to support this. Trunk pistons have been a common design of piston since the early...
- have piston rods. Instead they use trunk pistons, where the piston and crosshead are combined and so do not need a rod between them. The term piston rod...
- pistons are usually trunk pistons, where the gudgeon pin joint of the connecting rod is within the piston itself. This avoids the crosshead, piston rod...
- Four-stroke cycle Two-stroke cycle Source Crosshead piston Double-acting piston Opposed piston Trunk piston Regular cylinder configurations such as straight...
- A trunk engine locates the connecting rod within a large-diameter hollow piston rod. This "trunk" carries almost no load. The interior of the trunk is...
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- and block the engine from rotating if the piston was attached directly to the connecting rod like on trunk engines. Therefore, the longitudinal dimension...
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- of the piston during only one crankshaft revolution. This is in contrast to a "four-stroke engine", which requires four strokes of the piston to complete...
- A return connecting rod, return piston rod or (in marine parlance) double piston rod engine or back-acting engine is a particular layout for a steam engine...
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