crankcase

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the part of an engine that contains the crankshaft
a carriage axle with the ends bent twice at a right angle to lower the body while permitting the use of large wheels; crank axle
the driving-axle of an engine or machine
the part of an engine that holds the crankshaft
(Otomotiv) The lower part of the engine block that houses the crankshaft and its surrounding parts. The car's oil pan, into which the drain plug is screwed, is attached to the crankcase
The area of the engine block that houses the crankshaft
housing for a crankshaft
The lower part of the engine block that houses the crankshaft and its surrounding parts The car's oil pan, into which the drain plug is screwed, is attached to the crankcase
The crankcase houses the crankshaft and usually the oil pump and supply In some racing and custom applications, the oil pump and supply can be located remotely from the crankcase, this is done to reduce resistance from the oil splashing up on to the crankshaft and thus reducing power The crankcase is sometimes referred to as the oil pan
Lower portion of the block, containing the crankshaft
A case that encloses the crankshaft In most engines, the oil pan and the lower portion of the cylinder block form the crankcase
The casted aluminum "body" of the engine In NORVEL engines, the carburetor is pressure fitted (or epoxied, depending on the age of the model) into the crankcase at the factory
Main body of the engine
A shaft with one or more cranks, or "throws," that are coupled by connecting rods to the engine's pistons The combustion process creates reciprocating motion in the rods and pistons which in turn is converted to a rotating motion by the crankshaft Cross member : One of several horizontal members in a vehicle frame which join the side members and add to overall strength and stability
The lower part of your engine that contains the crankshaft
crankcase emission control system
Engine subsystem
positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) valve
(Otomotiv) Part of the positive crankcase ventilation system, which reroutes crankcase blow-by to the intake manifold and back to the engine, where it's reburned in the cylinders as part of the fuel/air mixture. This cuts emission pollution and increases fuel economy because unburned fuel in the blow-by is consumed the second time around. It also keeps the blow-by and water vapour from fouling the oil in the crankcase, thus reducing the formation of engine sludge
crankcase
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