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Question about engine reaction torque from gas forces

@r13 here is a figure that may help you understand me see here in this case in the figure with an offset length=L won't the gas force acting on the wall of the cylinder (Fg41x * L) generate a moment ...
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Question about engine reaction torque from gas forces

I think the component force ($F_H$) is responsible in producing the torque.
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Difference between body-fixed angular velocity and the rate of change of Euler angles?

I am confused though on the difference between the Euler angles and the angular position. In the picture above, I've integrated the angular rates to get the angular positions. The angular position ...
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