Definition of Gudgeon pin
1. Noun. Pin joining a piston to a connecting rod.
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Literary usage of Gudgeon pin
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1. Text Book on Motor Car Engineering by Alexander Graham Clark (1911)
"A last form which may be noted is of an expanding type, The gudgeon pin is ... In this screwed end a tapered plug is fitted which jambs the gudgeon pin in ..."
2. Land and Marine Diesel Engines by Giorgio Supino (1915)
"118 and 119 that used with an engine having the gudgeon pin inside the piston. The top and bottom ends may be forged with the body of the rod (Figs. ..."
3. Railway Engineer by Railway Division (1908)
"in., the gudgeon pin being 3¡n. long. The adjusting wedges arc tapered i in 8 and the screw has 11 threads to the inch. The locking washer instead of ..."
4. Textbook of Aero Engines by E H Sherbondy, G. Douglas Wardrop (1920)
"The lower end of the conical pillar, which is machined at the same time as the holes in the gudgeon pin bosses are bored, bears on the center part of the ..."
5. Mechanics Applied to Engineering by John Goodman (1908)
"The centrifugal force acting on any small mass distant x from the gudgeon- pin is - , where C is the centrifugal force acting on a mass rotating in ..."
6. Heat Engines, Embracing the Theory, Construction, and Performance of Steam by David Allan Low (1920)
"This support causes the greater part of the load on the piston to come directly on to the centre of the gudgeon pin. This piston, complete with gudgeon pin, ..."
7. Text Book on Motor Car Engineering by Alexander Graham Clark (1917)
"The bosses for carrying the gudgeon pin are so generally proportioned that ... The thickness of metal surrounding the gudgeon pin should not be less at any ..."