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A Model Investigation on the Pressure Transducer Dynamics for Measurements in Lubricating Vane Pumps: Influence of Dissolved Air and of Transducer/Tubing Geometry
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published September 28, 2010 by SAE International in United States
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Variable-displacement lubricating pumps are an attractive solution for reducing fuel consumption and emissions in motorcycle engines. In this prospective, modeling and experimental analysis are very useful means for a deeper understanding of pump operation and for effectively implementing pump control.
Zero-dimensional simulation results of a 7-vane pump were compared with the experimental data of dynamic piezo-resistive pressure transducers fitted into the casing of a pump prototype, which was operated under steady-state conditions at different rotational speeds and eccentricity values.
The experimental data exhibit oscillations which were explained by taking into account the pressure transducers dynamics, as a result of the transducer location in the pump casing, of the air dissolved in the hydraulic fluid and of the geometry of the tubing/transducer system. The investigation shows that the transducer dynamics deteriorate as the diameter or length of the connections increase and as the dissolved air quantity increases.
CitationBarbarelli, S., Bova, S., and Piccione, R., "A Model Investigation on the Pressure Transducer Dynamics for Measurements in Lubricating Vane Pumps: Influence of Dissolved Air and of Transducer/Tubing Geometry," SAE Technical Paper 2010-32-0059, 2010, https://doi.org/10.4271/2010-32-0059.
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