Mechanical Engineering - Steam Boilers and Engines - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Steam Boilers and Engines - Section 5 (Q.No. 7)
The function of a piston in a steam engine is
to guide motion of the piston rod and to prevent it from bending
to transfer motion from the piston to the cross-head
to convert heat energy of the steam into mechanical work id) to exhaust steam from the cylinder at proper moment
Answer: Option
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Bidwan Goswami said:   2 years ago

Option B Is for poston rod.

Answer C is the correct answer.

Debashis Das said:   2 years ago
Option B is for "Piston rod" instead of "Piston".

Prasenjit said:   6 years ago
Answer will be option "B".

Ashok Aj said:   7 years ago
Piston rod or piston? Please tell me.

Ashok Aj said:   7 years ago
B is right Answer.

Ref: RS Khurmi book.

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