Publication detail

Virtual Engine Application For Powertrain Dynamics

DRÁPAL, L. PÍŠTĚK, V. NOVOTNÝ, P. AMBRÓZ, R.

Original Title

Virtual Engine Application For Powertrain Dynamics

English Title

Virtual Engine Application For Powertrain Dynamics

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

The paper presents advanced and efficient computational approaches to a powertrain vibration analysis. A complex computational model of a powertrain (virtual engine) is a powerful tool for the solution of structural, thermal and fatigue problems. The dynamic computational model includes flexible parts and hydrodynamic approach for slide bearing solutions. The virtual engine is assembled as well as numerically solved as a multi-body system and it is focused on engine vibration reducing. Virtual engine results are validated by measurements on a diesel in-line four-cylinder engine.

English abstract

The paper presents advanced and efficient computational approaches to a powertrain vibration analysis. A complex computational model of a powertrain (virtual engine) is a powerful tool for the solution of structural, thermal and fatigue problems. The dynamic computational model includes flexible parts and hydrodynamic approach for slide bearing solutions. The virtual engine is assembled as well as numerically solved as a multi-body system and it is focused on engine vibration reducing. Virtual engine results are validated by measurements on a diesel in-line four-cylinder engine.

Keywords

dynamics, crankshaft, vibration, slide bearing model

RIV year

2011

Released

08.09.2011

Publisher

TU v Žilině

Location

Žilina

Pages from

45

Pages to

56

Pages count

129

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT74044,
  author="Lubomír {Drápal} and Václav {Píštěk} and Pavel {Novotný} and Richard {Ambróz}",
  title="Virtual Engine Application For Powertrain Dynamics",
  annote="The paper presents advanced and efficient computational approaches to a powertrain vibration analysis. A complex computational model of a powertrain (virtual engine) is a powerful tool for the solution of structural, thermal and fatigue problems. The dynamic computational model includes flexible parts and hydrodynamic approach for slide bearing solutions. The virtual engine is assembled as well as numerically solved as a multi-body system and it is focused on engine vibration reducing. Virtual engine results are validated by measurements on a diesel in-line four-cylinder engine.",
  address="TU v Žilině",
  chapter="74044",
  institution="TU v Žilině",
  number="3",
  volume="2011",
  year="2011",
  month="september",
  pages="45--56",
  publisher="TU v Žilině",
  type="journal article - other"
}