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Design optimization for Engine mount

Prateek Sharma
VE Commercial Vehicles Ltd-Mahendra Parwal
  • Technical Paper
  • 2019-28-2540
To be published on 2019-11-21 by SAE International in United States
The mounting of an engine plays important role in controlling the vibration transmissibility, alignment of transmission unit within specific limit. Design of any mounting system mainly depends on stiffness, allowed deformation and transmissibility of force, natural frequency and size w.r.t space constraints etc. This paper helps to study the behavior of engine mount with different layer of rubber with defer stiffness. Firstly the design of front engine mount with single rubber layer according to space constraint in vehicle and then analysis is done to determine the deformation and various results using CAE technique. As per the results, design is modified with varying layer of rubber pad and again analysis is done with same boundary condition followed by improved results.
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Design Optimization of Engine Cooling Unit Packaging for Commercial Vehicle

Prateek Sharma
VE Commercial Vehicles Ltd-Mahendra Parwal, Eshaan Ayyar
Published 2018-07-09 by SAE International in United States
An engine cooling system is required to maintain stable operating temperature for the engine and prevent it from overheating. Thermal distortion of engine parts can take place if proper cooling is not maintained and engine may loss efficiency. One of the major problem in this domain is to incorporate separate cooling systems for the different variants of engines (different power rating). A single optimized cooling unit is desired to manage the entire range of engine rated power. The factors that affect the cooling system are front end grill opening area, air recirculation, location of snorkel inlet, radiator core size, which need to be tuned to get appropriate results. The above parameters are tuned to obtain appropriate results using the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations. In the next stage, on road cooling trials are performed and real time data is collected. A correlation is established between physical trials and CFD results which may be helpful in future projects as well.From experimental results we observed a sufficient temperature drop in both heat exchangers (radiator and intercooler) and…
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