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Synonyms for liner

(baseball) a hit that flies straight out from the batter

a piece of cloth that is used as the inside surface of a garment

a large commercial ship (especially one that carries passengers on a regular schedule)

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This affects mainly the engine valve train, piston rings and cylinder liner wear [2] and imposes more frequent servicing intervals in order to prevent a reduction in engine performance or, in extreme cases, engine failure.
The ability to predict and optimize the geometrical distortions of cylinder liner has generated significant interest in recent years.
LIL manufactures cylinder liners and cast iron products.
Mainly they are used on cylinder liner walls so new rings can seat properly and prevent excessive oil consumption.
Tenders are invited for Cylinder Liner Kit Consisting Of 02 Items I Cylinder Liner Non Crome Plate Fully Machined Ii Fire Ring To Main Drg.
Furthermore the influence of different cylinder liner honings on the cranktrain friction was analyzed and compared in legislation cycle relevant engine operating points.
In 11 invited and peer-reviewed papers, they discuss such topics as cold spray technologies, applying supersonic flame spraying for next-generation cylinder liner coating, advanced ceramic/metal polymer multilayer coatings for industrial applications, developing bioactive hydroxyapatite coatings on titanium alloys, and characterization and tribological performance of copper-based intermetallic layers.
For engines used in all industrial applications including rail, marine and electric power generation operations, it is crucial to service life that the cylinder liner walls be deglazed, refinished and crosshatched when these engines are overhauled.
They also use permanently lubricated seal bearings and add a cylinder liner to the piston cylinder arrangement.
The cylinder liner is positioned within the facility and the air supply duct is attached to the top of the cylinder liner.
What's different is a rotating cylinder liner that serves as the respiratory gatekeeper, replacing the complex train of valves found in a four-cycle machine.
The collapse of these bubbles at a rate of 20 times per second (for 1200 rpm) with force of as much as 100,000 psi causes a water hammer effect on the cylinder liner which, over time, will eventually lead to perforation of the liner and leakage of coolant into the piston cylinder.
By efficiently cooling the top end of each cylinder liner, engine heat is reduced, thus allowing greater power.