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Key 1 peripheral surface 6 inside surface 2 back of the ring 7 ring width, h1 3 free gap, m 8 side faces 4 butt ends 9 peripheral edges 5 radial wall thickness, a1 10 coil spring excursion, f1 Figure 1 — Unstressed ring 5. Key 1 outside chamfered edge 2 peripheral edge 3 side face edge 4 inside isi edge Figure 5 — Chamfered edges 5. Due to its wedge shape, any radial movement of the ring will alter its axial clearance and thus minimize the build-up of combustion residues.
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