Figure 13.6 Crosshead arrangement

rod and transfers the combustion forces from the crown to the rod. The crown and skirt are held together by screws while a heavy Belleville spring is used to press the crown and the cooling insert against the piston rod. The crown has chromium plated grooves for five piston rings while the rod has a longitudinal bore in which is mounted the cooling oil outlet pipe. The oil inlet is through a telescopic pipe fastened to the crosshead, and the oil passes through a bore in the foot of the piston rod to the cooling insert (Figure 13.7).

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