push-rod


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push-rod

[ˈpʊʃrɒd] N (Aut) → barra f de presión
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The modified single cantilever bending sample holder with free push-rod (fig.
A modular, push-rod closed circuit television camera system that allows panning and tilting to accomplish internal inspection of live gas mains up to 2 bar operating pressure and 12 to 24-inches diameter, without the requirement for large access excavations, has been announced by Synthotech, a United Kingdom company.
And to match the power there's a racetrack-honed, double wishbone, fully independent rear suspension system and a Formula One-style push-rod operated inboard unit at the front, with a 50mm increase in the front track.
The new model has a racetrack-honed double wishbone fully independent rear suspension system and a Formula One-style push-rod operated inboard unit at the front, with a 50mm increase in the front track.
His competitors were racing two-valve push-rod engines with carburetors.
They can measure pressure from 260 to 30,000 psi and are reportedly much more accurate at low pressures than are push-rod or oil-filled sensors.
It has what we call 'range extension' which refers to the fact that it is capable of running at about 500 rpm faster than previous push-rod engines," Stephens said.
Each valve has push-rod linkages which pass through the engine.
SPS Technologies, a British manufacturer of automotive push rods, recently began using Ircon fiberoptic infrared thermometers to measure push-rod temperatures during induction heating, and gained significant quality improvement through greater statistical control of this process.
Lab tests of final hardness and a statistical analysis in January 1989 identified a quality risk that required measuring push-rod heating and quench temperatures.
Dynisco already offers the two other non-mercury types--NaK-filled and push-rod models.
If the driver says the car feels ``loose'' - an oversteering problem that can send the vehicle into a spin - the engineers look at sensors on the chassis and the push-rods.