Hako-Lehrmittel

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The simplest form of a reciprocating engine is a steam engine with oscillating cylinders. The model shows both the single-acting and the double-acting engine. The mode of operation of the engines and the control of steam inlet and outlet, through a cylinder bore in each case, can be demonstrated particularly well.

Function:

control of steam by moving the cylinder single-acting: one working chamber (above the cylinder) double-acting: two working chambers (above and below the cylinder.