Diagram of crankshaft
Learn what the individual areas of a crankshaft are called by viewing a detailed diagram that is coded for easy identification. Serpentine Belt Diagram for 1998 CHEVROLET C & K Series Pickup .
This CHEVROLET C & K Series Pickup belt diagram is for model year 1998 with V6 4.3 Liter engine and Serpentine; Without Air Conditioner ; With 100 Amp, 105 Amp Alternator Kawasaki FE290D-CS22 4 Stroke Engine FE290D PISTON/CRANKSHAFT Parts Diagram e-4 crankshaft, piston and rod ref. no. part number description 1 13311/168f piston ring(i) 2 13312/168f piston ring (ii) 3 13322/168f side ring The one-piece (cast, forged, or billet) plain-bearing crankshaft is the backbone of all modern automotive engines. For long service, resistance to bending is essntial, and the length, number and width of the main bearings as well as the method used to secure the main bearing caps to the block all affect the straightness of the crankshaft. Since the two
stroke engine fires on every revolution of the crankshaft, a two stroke engine is usually more powerful than a four stroke engine of equivalent size. Figure 1 - This is a cutaway diagram of the original crankshaft and cam sprocket assembly. Note the incomplete engagement of the key in the short crankshaft slot. Engagement area of the key in the crankshaft slot is 0.045 in2. The relationship between the rotation of the camshaft and the rotation of the crankshaft is of critical importance. Since the valves control the flow of the air/fuel mixture intake and exhaust gases,
they must be opened and closed at the appropriate time during the stroke of the piston. Diffusion is a physical process where molecules of a material move from an area of high concentration (where there are many molecules) to an area of low concentration (where there are fewer molecules). Diffusion usually happens in a solution in gas or in a liquid.It is possible to see diffusion happening when two liquids are mixed in a transparent container. Four Stroke Engine. The four stroke engine was first demonstrated by Nikolaus Otto in 1876 1, hence it is also known as the Otto cycle.The technically correct term is actually four stroke cycle.The four stroke engine is probably the most common engine type nowadays.