Presentation on theme: "5 Engine Blocks. 5 Engine Blocks Learning Objectives Explain how to gain access to the components in a stationary engine. Explain how to remove a mobile."— Presentation transcript:
3 Learning ObjectivesExplain how to gain access to the components in a stationary engine.Explain how to remove a mobile engine from its installation.Describe how to remove the basic parts from a mobile diesel engine block.Name two popular methods used to clean engine blocks.
4 Learning Objectives Conduct a cylinder block inspection. Inspect a cylinder and liner.Name the two types of cylinder liners.Describe how to install a cylinder liner.
6 Cylinder Blocks Stationary diesel engines Mobile engines Welded constructionMobile enginesOne-piece constructionGalleries(Great Lakes Energy Systems, Inc.)
7 Accessing Components in a Stationary Engine Serviced on locationCrankcaseCylinder assemblyAccess covers over access openingsExplosion doorsConsult manufacturer’s service manual for disassembly
8 Accessing Components in a Mobile Engine Removed and disassembled for serviceProcedure variesCheck service manual(Mack Trucks, Inc.)
9 Removing an Engine Safely Do not allow refrigerant to escape from hosesNever lift engine by rocker arm shafts or strap under oil panDo not stand under engine while liftingIf engine drops, allow it to fall
42 Installing Press-Fit Dry Sleeves (cont.) Heat cylinder blockPack sleeve with dry iceCoat sleeve with lubricantDrive sleeve into cylinderMachine top of sleeve flush with deckBoring bar with face tool
43 Installing Wet Cylinder Liners Clean mating and sealing surfacesInstall and lubricate new sealsRemove twistsParting line parallel to groove(Mack Truck, Inc.)