Translation of crankshaft in Spanish:


eje del cigüeñal, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkræŋkˌʃæft//ˈkraŋkʃɑːft/


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    eje del cigüeñal masculine
    árbol del cigüeñal masculine
    cigüeñal masculine
    • I'm also not a fan of counterweighted flywheel flanges on crankshafts.
    • The Manley connecting rods and pistons swing on a Callies crankshaft and provide a compression ratio of 15 to 1.
    • Like in a car engine, the gas released from a manhole explosion could push on a piston and turn a crankshaft.
    • Fuel is transformed into energy that pushes down on a piston that turns a crankshaft that turns a drive shaft.
    • It comes from some of the critical wear areas; for example, the liner of the piston area, the crankshaft, or the camshaft.
    • The crankshaft and connecting rods are visible through the sides of the engine block.
    • A timing belt or timing chain links the crankshaft to the camshaft so that the valves are in sync with the pistons.
    • The uses of medium carbon-manganese steels include shafts, axles, gears, crankshafts, couplings and forgings.
    • The aft end of the crankshaft connects to the propeller shaft through the thrust bearing.
    • The cylinders of Millet rotated with the wheel and its crankshaft constituted the rear axle.
    • With a rotary engine, the crankshaft is fixed, while the cylinders, crankcase and all the other bits rotate around it.
    • Behind the engine, the crankshaft links to the propeller shaft through the thrust-bearing.
    • This rigid, high-strength, shock-resisting material is used for diesel crankshafts, gears and machine columns.
    • Only a few parts come from Japan, such as engine blocks and crankshafts for the gasoline engine.
    • The resulting explosions of fuel and air drive the pistons which turn the crankshaft.
    • The connecting rod connects the piston to the crankshaft.
    • Plans are to produce 12 000 crankshafts daily for four-cylinder diesel engines.
    • In addition, the car has a stock crankshaft and connecting rods, Hooker headers, and Mopar ignition.
    • Has he ever listened to himself on the subject of crankshafts and big ends?
    • An example of this can be cast iron crankshafts in large stationary diesel engines.