Pistons, Valves, and Cylinders In the cylinders, steam is converted to mechanical energy. The piston is driven by steam that is forced through cylinder valves into a chamber.
In a reciprocating engine, for example, a flywheel is used to smooth fast angular velocity fluctuations of the crankshaft. When a firing piston exerts torque on the crankshaft flywheel, it stores the energy and returns it to the piston to compress a fresh charge of air and fuel.
FLYWHEEL is a combination of the words "fly" and "wheel." A flywheel is the motor's main wheel; it was once the only motor that turned and supplied energy to all other belts.
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