The tungsten alloy crankshaft rod is a rotating mass, and any rotating mass that isn't perfectly balanced will cause uneven loading on the bearing surfaces that support it. The faster it turns, the worse the problem becomes. So we should not overlook the importance of balancing the engine, as it enables us to sustain higher engine speeds and gives us reliability.
The tungsten alloy crankshaft rod bearings fit into the lower end of the connecting rod. they are fed a constant supply of oil through a hole in the crankshaft Journal. A hole in the upper bearing half feeds a passage in the connecting it to provide oil to the piston pin.
Reducing engine vibration reduces stress on motor mounts and external accessories, and in big over-the-road trucks, the noise and vibration the driver has to endure mile after mile. A smoother-running engine is a powerful engine as less energy is wasted by the product as tungsten alloy crankshaft thrashes about in its bearings, which translates into a more usable power at the flywheel.
However, we must also remember that no engine can be perfectly balanced as the amount of factors involved which we can not find out. But we can certainly improve upon choosing the more ideal materials introduced above for tungsten alloy crankshaft rod counterweights.
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