The heart is divided into 4 discrete areas comprising: Right ventricle (lower right hand side) Right atrium (upper right hand side) Left ventricle (lower left hand side) Left atrium (upper left hand side) Incidentally, the right chambers are separated by the Tricuspid Valve and the left chambers and separated by the Mitral Valve or more commonly Bicuspid Valve. Any easy way to remember these is: tRiscuspid (Right) bicuspid (Left)
The "lubb" sound is produced by the closing of the Atrioventricular (Bicuspid and Triscuspid) valves , while the "dupp" sound is produced by the closing of the Semilunar (Aortic and Pulmonary) valves.
Deoxygenated blood enters the heart through the right atrium and then it flows through the triscuspid valve into the right ventricle. (The term tricuspid refers to the three flaps of tissue that make up the valve). Contraction of the ventricle then closes the tricuspid valve and forces open the pulmonary valve. Blood then flows into the pulmonary artery. This branches immediately, carrying blood to the right and left lungs. Here the blood gives up carbon dioxide and takes on a fresh supply of oxygen. The capillary beds of the lungs are drained by venules that are the tributaries of the pulmonary veins. Four pulmonary veins, two draining each lung, carry oxygenated blood to the left atrium of the heart. Blood also flows throughout the major arteries of the body.
Valve pocketing is when a valve is hammering the valve seat.mostly due to miss adjusted valve spring/wrong valve spring/to strong of a valve spring or valve stem to short.Makes the valve seat deeper.
The Gate valve is the stop valve & the Globe valve is the fluid Regulating valve.
tricuspid valve,bicuspid valve and pulmonary valve
A valve spring "keeper" or AKA a valve spring "retainer" is used to lock a valve spring to the valve.
A gate valve can be an isolation valve. An isolation valve is a term used to describe the purpose of the valve. A gate velve is a type of valve
Spill valve is a overflow valve.
# The PCV valve is located in the valve cover # Detach the hose from the valve then unscrew the valve from the valve cover
This valve has different names. It is the LAV valve or Mitral Valve or Bicuspid valve.