Mitsubishi crankshaft

The Mitsubishi crankshaft transmits the linear motion of the pistons into a rotational motion required by the flywheel. 
This is achieved by connecting the pistons rods to the crankshaft , which are connected out of center point with crankshaft.
To understand this, it is important to understand how the pistons in relation to the flywheel works.
A diesel engine produces power (motion) by creating explosions inside it.
The pistons, which are attached to the crankshaft by means of the connecting rod, are moved up by the explosions in the cylinders.
The forces applied on the crankshaft is the pressure produced during the combustion stroke Diesel engines produces a high combustion pressure. A high pressure on top of the piston (diameter) will produce a very high force on the crankshaft. That level of force travels onto the crankshaft. This produces substantial bending and torsional moments in the crankshaft and crankshaft bearings.

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