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cylinder block

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n cylinder block a metal casting containing the cylinders and cooling ducts of an engine "the engine had to be replaced because the block was cracked"
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Usage

In literature:

He was making "blocks" to be used in large proximal cavities and "cylinders" for commencing fillings.
"McTeague" by Frank Norris
He borrowed all the crew to shore up the cylinders with spars and blocks from the bottom and sides of the ship.
"The Day's Work, Volume 1" by Rudyard Kipling
But H. cut smooth blocks of wood about four inches square, into which he set a polished cylinder about four inches high.
"Famous Adventures And Prison Escapes of the Civil War" by Various
A cascabel-block is a wooden cylinder of the proper diameter of the breeching-hole, the size of which it is used to verify.
"Ordnance Instructions for the United States Navy." by Bureau of Ordnance, USN
This cylinder block is soldered to the piston as shown in Fig.
"Boys' Book of Model Boats" by Raymond Francis Yates
All three must have duralumin cylinder blocks.
"The Great Drought" by Sterner St. Paul Meek
These two cams raise the brass block G and give the requisite support to the cylinder F when the pressure is applied.
"Practical Lithography" by Alfred Seymour
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In news:

Hypereutectic aluminum used for engine blocks contains silicon particles that must be exposed during cylinder honing.
The standard cylinder block for the 7.0L LS7 is the foundation for Thomson's LS7/LS9 hybrid engine and is available through GM Performance Parts under part number 19213580.
This paper deals with fatigue assessment of cylinder blocks in the automobile industry.
Why spend thousands of dollars on a precision machined engine block, crank and pistons, just to bolt on a set of unported cylinder heads with mismatched port volumes and rough wall surfaces.
New Efficiencies for Aluminum Engine Block and Cylinder Head Heat-Treatment Systems.
The thermal processing of high-volume cast-aluminum engine block s and cylinder head components is a key concern of automotive engineers today.
This is a matching numbers block (395558) and cylinder heads (7 a) for 1972.
Spray arc process of cylinder bores in aluminum blocks is preceded and followed by machining on a Heller machining center.
A large delivery of the cylinders had arrived at the business around noon Wednesday, blocking part of his driveway, Eldik said.
Small Block Chevy Setup Center Bolt Cylinder Heads.
Small Block Cylinder Heads.
First, it evens out the air–fuel mixture inside the cylinder because the sponge 's structure blocks some vortices from forming.
The block's main bore line is honed, and the cylinders are roughed in.
Underpinning the twin -turbo project is GM Performance Parts' LSX cylinder block.
DeLorean and his dispirited staff were particularly unimpressed by the Vega 's new 2.3-liter engine, which used an unlined aluminum block and an iron cylinder head containing a single camshaft.
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In science:

At this abstract level, an engine is something with fuel, a ‘capacity’, some level of ‘compression’, and a cylinder block, crank shaft, piston and valves.
Towards an Intelligent Database System Founded on the SP Theory of Computing and Cognition
From the multiple alignment in Figure 5 we can infer that v4 has a cylinder block, crank shaft, pistons and valves, that the engine has a low compression, that the vehicle has 4 wheels, and so on.
Towards an Intelligent Database System Founded on the SP Theory of Computing and Cognition
In our example, the class ‘vehicle’ has parts such as ‘engine’, ‘steering wheel’, ‘seats’, and so on, and the ‘engine’ has parts such as ‘cylinder block’, ‘crank shaft’ etc.
Towards an Intelligent Database System Founded on the SP Theory of Computing and Cognition
We consider our four-dimensional cube of sidelength L (we will rather consider a cylinder in what follows), as a superposition of L three dimensional slices, and use our update blocking strategy to make the evolution of these slices independent.
Approximate Lifshitz law for the zero-temperature stochastic Ising model in any dimension
Recently, it has been demonstrated that linear block copolymers have the ability to assemble into micelles or cylinders decorated by patches [18, 19].
Telechelic star polymers as self-assembling units from the molecular to the macroscopic scaleBarbara Capone
For a suitably defined inner product on the space of conformal blocks, the resulting conformal field theory is wel l-defined, i.e., the amplitudes (10.2) are uniquely determined by the complex structure on Σ and do not depend on the choice of obtaining Σ by gluing from three-punctured spheres, caps and cylinders.
On the affine analogue of Jack's and Macdonald's polynomials
One in a conclusion of is the fact of increasing of a basic sizes of the observing OSS blocks during increasing of the rough OS level. In this paper it gives estimations of a cohesion strength and buoyancy of the OSS blocks in the form of a vertically oriented floating cylinders (VFC).
Skeletal Structures of the Ocean, Hypotheses and Interpretation of the Phenomenon
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