piston pin end

piston pin end
The small end of the connecting rod through which the piston pin is inserted

Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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  • Piston motion equations — The motion of a non offset piston connected to a crank through a connecting rod (as would be found in internal combustion engines), can be expressed through several mathematical equations. This article shows how these motion equations are derived …   Wikipedia

  • piston — A round or cylindrical plug, which closed at one end and open at the other. It slides up and down in the cylinder. It is attached to the connecting rod and when the fuel charge is fired, will transfer the force of the explosion to the connecting… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • small end — The top of a connecting rod, attached to the piston pin …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Gudgeon pin — In internal combustion engines, the gudgeon pin is that which connects the piston to the connecting rod and provides a bearing for the connecting rod to pivot as it moves. In very early engine designs (including those driven by steam and also… …   Wikipedia

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