Froelund, K and Schramm, J and Tian, T and Wong, V and Hochgreb, S (1996) Analysis of the piston ring/liner oil film development during warm-up for an SI-engine. American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Internal Combustion Engine Division (Publication) ICE, 27. pp. 25-36. ISSN 1066-5048Full text not available from this repository.
A one-dimensional ring-pack lubrication model developed at MIT is applied to simulate the oil film behavior during the warm-up period of a Kohler spark ignition engine . This is done by making assumptions for the evolution of the oil temperatures during warm-up and that the oil control ring during downstrokes is fully flooded. The ring-pack lubrication model includes features such as three different lubrication regimes, i.e. pure hydrodynamic lubrication, boundary lubrication and pure asperity contact, non-steady wetting of both inlet and outlet of the piston ring, capability to use all ring face profiles that can be approximated by piece-wise polynomials and, finally, the ability to model the rheology of multi-grade oils. Not surprisingly, the simulations show that by far the most important parameter is the temperature dependence of the oil viscosity. This dependence is subsequently examined further by choosing different oils. The baseline oil is SAE 10W30 and results are compared to those using the SAE 30 and the SAE 10W50 oils.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Engine friction Oil film Piston ring Warm-up|
|Divisions:||Div A > Energy|
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|Date Deposited:||16 Jul 2015 14:10|
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