Cylinder cover

The cylinder cover is in two parts, a solid steel plate with radial cooling water bores, to which a forged steel ring with bevelled cooling water bores is bolted. The insert has a central bore for the exhaust valve cage and mountings for fuel valves, a safety valve and an indicator valve.

The cover is held against the cylinder liner top collar by studs screwed into the cylinder block and the nuts are tightened by a special

Figure 13.7 Combustion chamber and piston showing bore-cooling arrangement

hydraulic tool to allow simultaneous tightening and correct tension of the studs.

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