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housing for a crankshaft

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The locations within the crankcase cover areas of different wall thickness and cooling rates to provide samples with significantly differing microstructures.
The step casting and crankcase samples were used in numerous fatigue test runs.
A second GL-4A grinds an inner-output shaft section journal area that mounts into a cover crankcase or crankcase and supports the crankshaft for rotation.
At the 62nd IAA Commercial Vehicles show, Haldex (STO:HLDX) will unveil the next generation of the Alfdex oil mist separator systems for crankcase ventilation.
1 gram/hour or below at normal driving conditions, precisely what is needed for well functioning closed crankcase ventilation systems.
Another example is Alfdex, a system for separating oil particles in the ventilator air from diesel crankcases, known as crankcase gases.
The firm was utilizing 42 high-pressure diecasting systems in a high-production diecasting plant and a 15-year-old lost foam line to produce various marine engine components including engine cylinder blocks, cylinder heads, crankcases, and transmission and gear housings.
By taking a cue from GM, BMW and Harley-Davidson in particular, Mercury Marine realized that the core competencies in casting for successful engine manufacturers revolved around the 5 Cs--the cylinder block, cylinder head, crankcase, connecting rods and crankshaft.
They searched for a machining combination for the in-line six- and eight-cylinder crankcase castings--plus a second family of V-12 and V-16 crankcases--that would provide required throughput, maximize spindle utilization, reduce setup, improve quality, reduce work-in-process, encourage operator "ownership" of the process, and furnish flexibility for current and future machining requirements.
Manufacturing and process engineers at Waukesha Engine Div, Dresser Industries Inc, Waukesha, WI, knew current workloads and projected setup time for multiple fixturings ruled out processing large diesel engine crankcase castings on existing single-purpose machines.
Before 1930, most aluminum castings were part of the internal combustion engine - pistons, crankcases, oil pans, gear covers and cylinder heads.
The Alfdex system, built upon Alfa Laval's unique knowledge of centrifugal separation and Haldex' strong position as a supplier to the vehicle industry, offers the market high-efficiency removal of oil droplets and soot particles from the ventilation gas in diesel engine crankcases, so called blow-by or crankcase gases.
The Alfdex system, built around Alfa Laval's unique knowledge of centrifugal separation and Haldex' strong position as a supplier to the vehicle industry, offers the market a very efficient removal of oil droplets and soot particles from the ventilation air in the diesel engine crankcases, so called crankcase gases.
Two major US diesel engine manufacturers have chosen the Alfdex oil mist separator system for cleaning of crankcase gases, for deliveries during 2007, 2008 and 2009.