Monday, July 27, 2020

4-stroke connecting rod Specialty.

  • Big end and big end bearings are of split type
  • Big end is in an oblique direction to reduce the width of big end, reduce the load on bolts and increase the crankpin diameter
  • Top end is having bush type bearing
  • Rectangular or I-shaped is expensive to manufacture but necessary to resist high transverse inertia whip load, gas loads and to fulfill the weight to strength requirement
  • Connecting rod is forged from Magnesium Molybdenum.
  • Edges are serrated
  •  It is subjected to high compressive and low tensile bending stress as well as of axial type
  •  It connects crank pin direct to gudgeon pin

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