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RE: interference fit

alex sez:
>Ground all of the spark plug wires on your engine except one.  Watch what
>happens to the angular velocity of the crankshaft as a result.  Graph the
>velocity of each piston with respect to time as the engine fires on one
>cylinder.  You'll see what I mean.

i think that with all that rotational inertia at operating speeds, the
angular velocity is relatively constant throughout a cycle.
assuming a steady state, of course...


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