Translation of piston in Spanish:


émbolo, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈpɪstn//ˈpɪst(ə)n/


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    émbolo masculine
    pistón masculine
    piston stroke carrera del émbolo feminine
    • The force of the resulting explosion pushes the piston down the cylinder for the exhaust stroke.
    • The cylinders have to be right and their fit with the piston rings perfect.
    • Modified piston valves were also fitted to counteract the high coal consumption as the originals became worn.
    • Jet engines are crucial: They're faster than piston engines and far safer.
    • The resulting explosions of fuel and air drive the pistons which turn the crankshaft.
    • Another system uses hydraulic pistons that mount to a wood platform.
    • The engine's camshaft drives the pump pistons through a roll rocker arm.
    • Then the piston moves back up to compress this fuel/air mixture.
    • The resulting explosion pushes a piston, which is attached to a connecting rod.
    • The five mobile panels (one flap, four sliding) are activated by hydraulic pistons.
    • Each explosion would release enough force to push the piston.
    • Adkins' solution was to affix his gas piston to the standard recoil spring plug.
    • The piston in its cylinder rocked, trembled, didn't move.
    • The central control circuit then sends a control signal to the driver's circuit for the accumulator piston.
    • When the trigger is pulled, the compressed air expands and drives the piston forward.
    • A hydraulic hammer is basically a hydraulically powered reciprocating piston inside of a body.
    • The stroke is the distance that the piston moves up and down.
    • The bore is often pitted and the gas piston is usually corroded.
    • The aluminum block has ductile iron cylinder liners and is filled with JE pistons.
    • Besides leaving salt deposits, rusting internal parts and causing valve damage, water in an engine also makes short work of pistons and cylinders.