A piston draws air into the cylinder through an intake port. The intake valve closes and the air/fuel mixture compresses as the piston moves back up. Once the mixture is fully compressed, it is ignited and explodes forcing the piston down (this is known as the power stroke). An exhaust valve opens and the burned gases are expelled out of the cylinder as the piston moves back up to complete its cycle.
This is different from a heart valve. A heart valve would be similar to a bicycle tire pump though. As the piston draws air into the air chamber,the valve opens to allow the air to fill the chamber. the piston then, changes direction and pushes that valve closed and opens another valve to allow the air to be pushed out the air line. The difference is in the valves. a bicycle pump uses check valves. Check valves allow flow in one direction.
One of the parts in the piston are the piston head,
Hydraulic pressure is exerted on a piston under the car forcing the piston and the car upwards.
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NO! piston slapping is caused with the piston is to small for the cylinder wall and is smashing into the cylinder wall. this could damage or ruin your engine if you take care of it right away, especially a race car.
You mean a piston ring. It seals the gap between the piston and the chamber in your engine
The bottom of the piston is connected to the crankshaft. This is what is moved by the piston. The top of the piston is a chamber in which gas is ignited to push the piston down. There are 4 cycles in most engines (like car engines.) If you want to know more, including specifics, go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four-stroke_engine
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Piston rings are worn.
A piston is attached to a piston rod in a combustion engine. It compresses the air in the cylinder block and that air ignites when fuel is injected into the block, giving the car power.
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YES ! -Each cylinder in a conventional car engine has one piston.
It's the front (front of the engine is front of the car) piston on the right side of the engine.
burning fuel in the cylinder gets hot and expandsthe expansion pushes against the pistonthe piston moves pushing on the piston rodthe piston rod moves pushing on the crankshaft eccentricthe crankshaft eccentric rotates the crankshaftthe rotations of the crankshaft pass through the transmission to the wheels to move the car.
all car engines are internal combustion most car engines are Reciprocating piston some mazdas use wankel rotary engines hybrids use reciprocating piston engines in combination with electric motors
You don't. The only solution to damaged piston rings is to take the engine block out of the car and replace the rings.
cc denotes cubic centimetre .It is the volume swept by the piston during every stroke of piston
combustion chamber, for the piston to slide up and down in
by compression test
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It depends on the type of car u're looking at but generally they are Aluminum and Silicon. Or cast iron.
Number one piston is on the left front looking from front of car and firing order is 15426378 piston sequence is left 1234 right 5678 from front of car
Car engines burn fuel in cylinders. When the fuel burns the air in the cylinders expands. The expanding air pushes down on a piston. The piston pushes down on a crankshaft. Then the piston comes back up. The piston going down and up makes the crankshaft rotate. This rotating motion is transferred to the wheels of the car. That pushes the car along. Thus the fuel burning in the cylinders pushes the pistons. Without Petrol to burn in the cylinders, the pistons would not push the crankshaft. It would not make the wheels move.