Imprint Contact 868 Videos
900.000 Callings



Formulary
Exercises

Wheel change
Save Energy
History


Video Formulary

Video Generally
Video Axle Load Distribution
Video Payload Distribution
Video Braking Distance
Video Driving Force
Video Work/Energy
Video Radian Measure
Video Tension (brake)
Video Brake Force
Video Brake Pedal
Video Brake Force (wheel)
Video De-/Acceleration
Video Braking Distance
Video Braking Period
Video CO2 emission
Video Density
Video Torque
Video Pressure
Video Injection Quatity
Video Electrical Power
Video Riding Speed
Video Centrifugal Force
Video Gas Speed
Video Speed
Video Coaxial Gearbox
Video Lever Ratio
Video Hollow Cylinder
Video Stroke-bore Ratio
Video Displacement
Video Power Output p.l.
Video Hydraulic Ratio
Video Capacity
Video Piston Speed
Video Piston Force
Video Force
Video Crank Mechan. Forces
Video Fuel Consumption 1
Video Fuel Consumption 2
Video Fuel Consumption 3
Video Ciruit Area
Video Circuit Ring
Video Circumference
Video Clutch Pedal
Video Power (mechanical)
Video Power (effective)
Video Power (indicated)
Video Efficiency Weight
Video Wire Resistance
Video Steering Ratio
Video Volumetric Efficiency
Video Air Ratio
Video Venturi
Video Air Resistance
Video Parallel Circuit
Video Planetary Gearbox
Video Percent
Video Rectangle
Video Rectangle Column
Video Friction Force
Video Tyre Calculation
Video Serial Circuit
Video Rolling Resistance
Video Cam Dwell
Video Dwell Period
Video Slip
Video Spread of Gears
Video Climbing Resistance
Video Ratio
Video Circumference speed
Video Conversions
Video Not Coaxial Gearbox
Video Valve Opening Area
Video Valve Opening Angle
Video Valve Opening Period
Video Compression Ratio 1
Video Compression Ratio 2
Video Amount of Heat
Video Resistance
Video Efficiency
Video Cube
Video Ignition Interval
Video Cylinder



          A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Cubic Capacity




The displacement of an individual cylinder is calculated the same as the cylinder-volume. In this case however, the cylinder-height is given as 's', the distance between the top and the bottom dead center. It is in fact, an imaginary cylinder between the two piston positions. The displacement thus, depends on the bore of the cylinder and the offset of the crankshaft.
The largest total displacement of a petrol engine is probably 27 litres which appeared in 1923. Since diesel engines are used in large ships, the individual displacement of only one cylinder can easily be as much as one cubic meter (1000 litres).

Vh = A · s

        Vh
A =
       s

       Vh
s =
       A

    d·
Vh=·s
    4

       4·Vh
s=
       d·

VH = Vh·N

         VH
Vh =
         N

       VH
N =
       Vh

Check your calculation!     You need help?
Please enter only numbers in one field!
d Piston diameter mm cm dm
A Piston area mm cm dm
Check your calculation!     You need help?
Please enter numbers only in two of the three fields!
A Piston area mm cm dm
s Stroke mm cm dm
Vh Part. displacement mm cm dm (Liter)

cartecc.com               Top of page               Index
2001-2015 Copyright programs, texts, animations, pictures: H. Huppertz - E-Mail
Translator: Don Leslie - Email: lesdon@t-online.de
Check your calculation!     You need help?
Please enter numbers only in two of the three fields!
Vh Part. displacement mm cm dm
N Numbers of the cylinders
VH Total displacement mm cm dm
Places behind the comma: 2 3 4 5

Our E-Book advertising