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## 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).

## VHN =        Vh

 Check your calculation!     You need help?Please enter only numbers in one field! d Piston diameter mm cm dm A Piston area mm² cm² dm²
 Check your calculation!     You need help?Please enter numbers only in two of the three fields! A Piston area mm² cm² dm² s Stroke mm cm dm Vh Part. displacement mm³ cm³ dm³ (Liter)

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Vh Part. displacement mm³ cm³ dm³
N Numbers of the cylinders
VH Total displacement mm³ cm³ dm³
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