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1. (WO1980000595) CYLINDRE HEAD OBTAINED BY PRESSURE CASTING FOR WATER COOLED INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES
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Pub. No.:    WO/1980/000595    International Application No.:    PCT/EP1979/000063
Publication Date: 03.04.1980 International Filing Date: 10.08.1979
IPC:
F01P 3/02 (2006.01), F02F 1/40 (2006.01), F01P 7/14 (2006.01), F02F 1/24 (2006.01)
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Priority Data:
2839199 08.09.1978 DE
Title (EN) CYLINDRE HEAD OBTAINED BY PRESSURE CASTING FOR WATER COOLED INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES
(FR) CULASSE DE CYLINDRE OBTENU PAR COULEE SOUS PRESSION POUR MOTEURS A COMBUSTION INTERNE REFROIDIS A L"EAU
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(EN)In a cylindre head (1) of a water cooled internal combustion engine, which may be provided by pressure casting, all the water volumes (2 to 5) in the form of recesses extend up to the interface cylindre-head cylindre block and surround substantially the combustion chambers (6). These water volumes (2 to 5) are connected to the water jacket of the cylindre block (13) by means of passageways (16 to 19) provided in the cylindre head gasket (14) and are interconnected by means of transverse conduits (7, 7") and of a longitudinal, lateral conduit (8). The top of the longitudinal conduit (8) is the highest point of the water volumes (2 to 5) and of the conduits (7, 7" and 8) and the longitudinal conduit (8) is provided with a water outlet (9). The cooling of the cylindre head (1) is effectively controlled by means of the particular arrangement of the water volumes (2 to 5), the transverse conduits (7, 7") and the passageways (16 to 19) of the cylindre head gasket with respect to the main elements of the cylindre head (1).
(FR)Dans une culasse de cylindre (1) refroidi a l"eau d"un moteur a combustion interne, qui peut etre obtenu par coulee sous pression, tous les volumes d"eau (2 a 5) en forme de niches s"etendent jusqu"a l"interface culasse-bloc de cylindre et entourent essentiellement les chambres d"explosion (6). Ces volumes d"eau (2 a 5) sont relies a la chemise d"eau du bloc de cylindre (13) a l"aide de passages (16 a 19) pratiques dans le joint de culasse (14) et sont interconnectes au moyen de conduits transversaux (7, 7") et d"un conduit longitudinal, lateral (8). Le sommet du conduit longitudinal (8) constitue le point le plus haut des volumes d"eau (2 a 5) et des conduits (7, 7" et 8) et le conduit longitudinal (8) est muni d"une sortie d"eau (9). Le refroidissement de la culasse (1) est controle efficacement grace a la disposition particuliere des volumes d"eau (2 a 5), des conduits transversaux (7, 7") et des passages (16 a 19) du joint de culasse (14) par rapport aux organes principaux de la culasse (1). 00
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Publication Language: German (DE)
Filing Language: German (DE)