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As a result of the combustion process, the total temperature of the combustion is short, with fuels emitting smoke in the atmosphere only 1.0 - 1.5 %. Nonetheless, it is important to stabilize the compression gases in the combustion chambers of the heat engines, especially around their ring-and-ring couplings. The engine's performance is influenced by the pressure and directional pressure, the inertia, and the side pressure of the piston's cylinder wall. The radial direction of the Porshen radiation and the uneven heating of its height create additional internal thermal stress. There is information on the effect that local voltages may be accumulated at the edges of the ring due to the uneven distribution of the metal layer at the bottom and inside of the piston.