Internal-combustion engines – Multiple cylinder – Cylinders radiating
123 78A, F02B 7504, F02B 7526
A reciprocating internal combustion engine has a head block axially slidably mounted in a bore formed in a cylinder block in alignment with the cylinder bore, and a cam for moving the head block in the bore in accordance with the position of the piston. The crankshaft of the engine is laterally offset from the axis of the cylinder bore by the length of the crank radius. The cam is so arranged that the motoring pressure becomes maximum at the crank angle of 90 degrees.
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Farber Martin A.
Feinberg Craig R.
Fuji Jukogyo Kabushiki Kaisha
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