1957-01-01

REDUCTION OF CAVITATION PITTING OF DIESEL-ENGINE CYLINDER LINERS 570030

THIS paper deals with cavitation pitting where vacuum bubbles exist. Experiments are described which attempt to correct this condition where plating of liners varied in composition and thickness. It was concluded that a nickel-chrome plating has very good resistance to cavitation-pitting attack.
Investigation of cylinder-wall vibration was made to find out about the cause of cavitation. Minimum liner wall vibration results with use of a 2-piece heavy wall liner and a piston with 20% less clearance. Endurance tests prove that on these pitting has been eliminated.

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