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Development of New Diesel Engines and Components Design
- Special Publication
- ISBN 1-56091-957-4
Published February 24, 1997 by SAE International in United States
- 108 pages
Complete contents include: development of j-series engine and adoption of common-rail fuel injection system; development of material surface engineering to reduce the friction and wear of the piston ring; improvement in the compatibility between the wear rates of top ring and liner materials; effects of piston-ring dynamics on ring/groove wear and oil consumption in a engine; a numerical study of the behavior of a turbocharged diesel engine as a noise source; variable piston timing; the potential of small DI-diesel engines with 250 cm3/cylinder for passenger car drive trains; effect of piston motion obn piston skirt friction of a gasoline engine; friction and lubrication characteristics of piston pin boss bearings of an automotive engine; and an efficient 3D transient computational model for van oil pump and gerotor oil pump simulations.