cylinder barrel

Related to cylinder barrel: cylinder head

cylinder barrel

n
(General Engineering) engineering the metal casting containing a cylinder of a reciprocating internal-combustion engine
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A hydraulic cylinder consists of a cylinder barrel, piston, piston rod, rod gland, cushions, seals, and a cylinder base.
A hydraulic cylinder consists of a cylinder barrel, cylinder cap, piston rod, piston, cylinder base, rod gland, cushions, seal, and cylinder base connection.
The improved cylinder barrel was downright deadly at just about any range within 35 yards.
The only choice was a Foster-type "rifled" slug in a smoothbore improved cylinder barrel with open-notch sights.
While it's hard to argue against a true cylinder barrel in a defensive shotgun, I would think a choke-tube barrel would be popular with many users; allowing everything from breaching to rifled tubes.
Two cylinders were split half way up the cylinder barrel and there was a good size hole in the main case.
For this article I obtained a Winchester 9410 and an old Winchester Model 42 with a cylinder barrel.
At 20 yards, the cylinder barrel of the Model 42 Winchester would reliably put all six pellets into or very close to a 12-inch circle, while the 12 gauge spread to a yard or more.
The M37 Deerslayer featured a ramp front sight and adjustable notch rear sight on a 26-inch improved cylinder barrel.
I've always been skeptical of the tradition which for several decades dictated that an Improved Cylinder barrel be 26 inches in length; a Modified, 28 inches; and a Full-choked pipe 30 inches .
Aluminium produced at RUSAL is being used at RosALit / ZMZ - Zavolzhski engine plant in the city of Zavolzhie in cylinder barrels, cylinder heads and main bearing caps for Ford s localized engine.
Unknown to Robert tiny cracks, which could have proved deadly, had developed in the cylinder barrels from wear and tear and it was only a matter of time before the engine failed, sendin his plane tailspinning to the ground.