Publication detail

Verification of Valvetrain Multi-Body Computational Model

NOVOTNÝ, P. PÍŠTĚK, V. SVÍDA, D.

Original Title

Verification of Valvetrain Multi-Body Computational Model

English Title

Verification of Valvetrain Multi-Body Computational Model

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Modern powertrain development is characterized by a massive increase of computational simulations. Computational models are more complex and enable to include many physical phenomena, however, measurements are still fundamental parts of the powertrain development. This paper presents the comparison of experimental and computational modal analyses. The modal analysis results can be subsequently used for a set-up of a single valvetrain model. All measurements and computations are performed on in-line four-cylinder diesel engine

English abstract

Modern powertrain development is characterized by a massive increase of computational simulations. Computational models are more complex and enable to include many physical phenomena, however, measurements are still fundamental parts of the powertrain development. This paper presents the comparison of experimental and computational modal analyses. The modal analysis results can be subsequently used for a set-up of a single valvetrain model. All measurements and computations are performed on in-line four-cylinder diesel engine

Keywords

valvetrain, nodal analyses, noise, Pulse, B&K, measurement

RIV year

2007

Released

25.04.2007

Publisher

Spectris Praha spol. s r.o.

Location

Praha

ISBN

978-80-239-9240-3

Book

5. setkání uživatelů PULSE

Edition

1

Edition number

1

Pages from

58

Pages to

64

Pages count

7

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT23218,
  author="Pavel {Novotný} and Václav {Píštěk} and David {Svída}",
  title="Verification of Valvetrain Multi-Body Computational Model",
  annote="Modern powertrain development is characterized by a massive increase of computational simulations. Computational models are more complex and enable to include many physical phenomena, however, measurements are still fundamental parts of the powertrain development. This paper presents 
the comparison of experimental and computational modal analyses. The modal analysis results can be subsequently used for a set-up of a single valvetrain model. All measurements and computations are performed on in-line four-cylinder diesel engine

",
  address="Spectris Praha spol. s r.o.",
  booktitle="5. setkání uživatelů PULSE",
  chapter="23218",
  edition="1",
  institution="Spectris Praha spol. s r.o.",
  year="2007",
  month="april",
  pages="58--64",
  publisher="Spectris Praha spol. s r.o.",
  type="conference paper"
}