exhaust port

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  • The head used during this time was the so-called rectangle port, named after its exhaust port shape.
  • The exhaust port was on the rear left hand side of the hull.
  • The engine exhaust port is visible on the left side.
  • The simplest arrangement is a single transfer and single exhaust port, opposite each other.
  • This will cause a strong blow at the exhaust port, which will invariably remove the trouble. Cited from The Traveling Engineers' Association, by Anonymous
  • In the novel, Blue Leader makes two bombing runs down the trench toward the exhaust port.
  • Beyond this, the rings will bulge into the exhaust port and wear quickly.
  • When the power-valve is opened, it allows more gases to flow out of the exhaust port.
  • The twin engine with four exhaust ports was technically ahead of its time.
  • The exhaust port is connected directly to the cylinder wall.
  • The exhaust ports were also modified with a higher port roof, which reduced flow restrictions.
  • All 6 had a new exhaust port fitted, replacing the two of the original design.
  • In a double-acting engine the exhaust ports were in the middle of the cylinder.
  • The transfer and exhaust port are opened and closed by the piston.
  • Added to the above is the profound effect that downstream elements have on the flow of the exhaust port.
  • The outside end of the valve opens the exhaust port for the back end of the cylinder. Cited from The Traveling Engineers' Association, by Anonymous
  • The exhaust port and assembly was made more robust.
  • If the valve is pushed far enough ahead to open the exhaust port, steam will blow through the exhaust so the engine cannot be moved. Cited from The Traveling Engineers' Association, by Anonymous
  • At cruising speed, reflected wave exhaust port blocking occurred at too low a frequency.
  • The lower crankshaft ran eleven degrees behind the upper, meaning that the exhaust ports opened first, allowing proper scavenging.
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