6BD1 Used Connecting Rod 2508 1 - 12230104 - 1 For Excavator EX200 - 1 SH280
|Model : 6BD1||Number of cylinders: 6 cylinders|
|Connecting Rod code: 2508||Rod bearing: 68|
|Engine model: Direct injection||Condition: Used|
|Weight: 1.84kg||Connecting rod stroke: 142|
A connecting rod is the part of a piston engine that connects the piston to the crankshaft. Together with the crank, the connecting rod converts the reciprocating motion of the piston into the rotation of the crankshaft. The connecting rod is required to transmit the compressive and tensile forces from the piston.
The connecting rod is required to transmit the compressive and tensile forces from the piston. In its most common form, in an internal combustion engine, it allows pivoting on the piston end and rotation on the shaft end.
The predecessor to the connecting rod is a mechanical linkage used by water mills to convert the rotating motion of the water wheel into reciprocating motion. The most common usage of connecting rods is in internal combustion engine or on steam engines.
How does the connecting rod move?
A connecting rod or conrod converts the linear up and down movement or reciprocating motion of the piston into circular motion of the crankshaft. It experiences tension, compression bending and buckling during the process.
What material is the connecting rod made of?
First, Connecting rods are commonly made from cast aluminium alloy material, which helps to withstand the stresses that occur during the process. Connecting rod is usually made of steel. For high-performance applications, a billet is used, which are machined out of a solid billet and not cast or forged.The connecting rods link the pistons to the crankshaft and provide fluid movement between them.
What can cause a connecting rod to break?
Connecting rod can experience problems while working. This is because it experiences various stresses during in the combustion chamber. Some of these issues can be fixed while some required complete changing of the connecting rod. During the operation, the rod is stretched and compressed, which can cause the con rod to break.