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Crossword: Level 2 – Engine Block

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Across

  • 62-69 :Force per unit area.
  • 97-100 :The bearings that secure the crankshaft to the block.
  • 105-108 :Relates to the diameter.
  • 133-137 :When they blend metals for a purpose.
  • 139-150 :Upper seating are for liner.
  • 195-197 :Holds main bearing in place.
  • 205-212 :Energy absorbing device attacked to crankshaft.
  • 263-272 :Used to change reciprocal motion to rotary motion.
  • 280-288 :A replaceable sleeve that has no contact with engine coolant.
  • 329-336 :These have babbit wear surfaces.
  • 382-385 :Block design reinforcement.
  • 452-457 :What happens to engine parts that have fatigue failure.
  • 484-491 :This has lobes that operate valves.

Down

  • 17-192 :Pistons are usually made of an alloy of this.
  • 31-131 :Area of lesser liner wear.
  • 44-169 :What you need to remove ring ridge.
  • 50-375 :Connects piston to crankshaft.
  • 73-173 :Area of greater liner wear.
  • 83-158 :Usually has the ports and the valves.
  • 135-235 :A replaceable wear surface.
  • 140-415 :Lubricant channels in block.
  • 197-322 :Often made of aluminum alloy.
  • 208-408 :A replaceable sleeve with an outer surface that is in direct contact with the engine coolant.
  • 218-418 :Common metal used in engine blocks.
  • 263-488 :A pattern required for the liners.
  • 270-495 :Not water or oil cooled.
  • 330-455 :Engine design that does not have replaceable liners.
  • 377-477 :Ridgid framework for engine.