Functions and Ways of Working Pistons

Functions and Ways of Working Pistons - The piston functions as a cross-section tool to withstand the pressure at the time of compression and power steps.

Functions and Ways of Working Pistons

Pistons can be classified according to:
Material: cast iron, semi steel and aluminum alloy
The shape of the peak or shield form: flat, tilted, or concave
Cylinder allowance: constant or variable
The number of rings / rings: two, and three

How Piston Works:
The piston moves straight back and forth in the cylinder with the piston ring. The piston can move up and down because there is a process of power steps so that the piston can go up and down. then the energy of the piston moves up and then is converted into rotary energy with the piston handlebar then passed to the crankshaft (Crank Shaft)

Difference between 2-stroke Piston Engine, and 4-stroke Piston Engine

1. Piston Engine 2 Stroke

Piston mesin 2 tak hanya mempunai 2 ring piston, yakni ring kompresi atas dan ring kompresi bawah. Piston 2 tak tidak mempunyai ring oli, karena pada mesin 2 tak Poros engkol, stang piston, piston dan komponen penggerak lainnya tidak terlumai engan oli mesin. Maka dari itu piston 2 tak tidak ring oli. Dengan oli samping lah komponen piston dilumasi.
Dan pada badan piston 2 tak biasanya ada yang biasa polos dan ada juga yang bolong - bolong.

2. Gasoline Engine 4 Piston

The 4 stroke engine piston generally has 3 piston rings, namely the upper compression ring, lower compression ring, and oil ring. Unlike the 2 stroke engine piston that has 2 piston rings. Because the 4 stroke engine the piston drive component is lubricated with oil.
On the surface or shield of the piston there is usually a flat, tilted or concave function the same as a combustion chamber.

Now that's the explanation from me regarding the Function and How the Piston Works. Hopefully this tutorial can be useful for all of you. Don't forget to visit Eri Automotive to get other automotive science.

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