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Author Kurbet, S. N. ♦ Yadawad, Aravind ♦ Kambale, Basavaraj
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Engine Vibration-a Finite Element Approach ♦ Lateral Motion ♦ Dynamic Analysis ♦ Combustion Pressure ♦ Piston Slap ♦ Primary Motion ♦ Chief Source ♦ Mechanical Energy ♦ Piston Motion ♦ Secondary Motion ♦ Diesel Engine ♦ Main Cause ♦ Multi Body Dynamic ♦ Engine Noise ♦ Engine Performance Parameter ♦ Power Stroke ♦ Combustion Temperature ♦ Thermal Energy ♦ Present Study ♦ Ic Engine ♦ Corresponding Data ♦ Piston Tilt
Abstract Abstract- In an IC engine during the power stroke, after combustion of fuel, the thermal energy is converted in to mechanical energy by exerting combustion pressure on the piston. The primary motion of the piston is transferred to the crank. In addition to this primary motion, there exists a lateral motion (secondary motion) of the piston which is the main cause for the piston tilt and hence the piston slap. This piston slap is considered to be one of the chief sources of vibration which produces the engine noise. Therefore the lateral motion of the piston in x-direction is studied, in relation with the variation of combustion pressure on piston. The combustion temperature and the pressure are correlated for the dynamic analysis of the piston motion. The Kirloskar 4 stroke diesel engine is considered for the present study. The corresponding data of the engine performance parameters are logged and are used for the analysis. Multi Body Dynamic (MBD) analysis is carried out for dynamic analysis. The effects of variation of temperature and pressure on the lateral motion of the piston are found to play the role. I.
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