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topographic characterisation of cylinder liner wear

David Lee Butler

topographic characterisation of cylinder liner wear

by David Lee Butler

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, 2000.

Statementby David Lee Butler.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 274 p. :
Number of Pages274
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18546505M

The cylinder liner wear is traditionally measured at the position of maximum wear, e.g., at top ring reversal. Garaa et al. [11] measure the cylinder liner wear by .   A marine diesel engine, where the cylinder liner–piston ring (CLPR) pair is one of the most important rubbing pairs, is the heart of a marine system. Studying the lubrication characteristics of the CLPR will provide a guide for rational design of the CLPR to reduce wear and prolong its service life. The surface texture features have a significant impact on the .

A number of petrol and diesel engine cylinder liners have been mapped to be able to verify the quality and consequences, in terms of wear and function, of the honing process. A new mapping method, combining SEM images and quantitative image analysis with traditional 2D profilometry has been developed and tested in this study. The higher load in heavy duty Diesel engines and the use of piston ring coatings with higher wear resistance cause more severe working conditions to the cylinder liners. In some cases, high localized wear occurs at the top dead center (TDC) of .

Cylinder liners (also known as sleeves) are thin metal cylinder-shaped parts which is inserted into the engine block to form the inner wall of the cylinder. [4] [5] Alternatively, an engine can be 'sleeveless', where the cylinder walls are formed by the engine block with a wear-resistant coating, such as Nikasil or plasma-sprayed bores. Fig. 1. Secondary electron micrograph of a cylinder liner, alloy Al-Si-1, showing clearly the honing groves in the surface. Fig. 2. Secondary electron micrograph of a cylinder liner, alloy Al-Si-2, showing that the surface of the material was electrochemically etched. Figures 3 to 5 show the polished surfaces of the three cylinder liners.


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Topographic characterisation of cylinder liner wear by David Lee Butler Download PDF EPUB FB2

Keywords: cylinder liner, wear, surface topography, characterization Introduction The characterization of cylinder liner surface topography has been a topic of considerable research in manufacturing, tribology, surface metrology and automobile engineering for the past 30 years Cited by:   The present work explores the use of box counting method, power spectral method and structure function method for the 3-D surface topography characterization of cylinder bores using two different type of surface data collected from cylinder liner surfaces manufactured with different surface topographies.

3-D profile data and surface image data Cited by:   1. Introduction. The friction between the piston assembly and cylinder liner surface accounts for about a half of the total frictional losses in the IC onally, the noxious emissions, like HC–, CO–, CO 2 and NOx are controlled by the cylinder liner a consequence, the optimisation of liner topography is of manufacturing, consuming and Cited by: Characterisation of worn cylinder liner surfaces by segmentation of honing and wear scratches The presence of the honing scratches/grooves in cylinder liner surfaces is intended and desired as they improve the lubrication and retain the debris reducing the piston assembly/liner friction and consequently improve the fuel economy and Cited by: cylinder liners is the excellent characteristic as sliding surface and these four necessary points.

anti-galling properties wear on the cylinder liner itself wear on the partner piston ring consumption of lubricant 2. Heat transfer: The cylinder liner receives combustion heat through the piston. Also introducing new liner concepts like thermal spray or laser texturing creates a need for 3 D characterisation methods.

In this study a number of cylinder liner surfaces are analysed with a method combining 2D parameters and image analysis based 3D parameters. SEM pictures of liner surfaces are used in the image analysis method to evaluate. The marine diesel engine is the heart of a marine system.

Cylinder liner-piston ring (CLPR) system is one of the major contributors for the mechanical losses in a diesel engine [].Surface texture of the cylinder liner is identified as one of the significant factors that improve the tribological properties of diesel engine with regard to wear (surface topography and running.

This paper aims to investigate the wear behaviour of different materials for cylinder liners and piston rings in a linear reciprocating tribometer with special focus on the wear of the cylinder liner in the boundary lubrication regime.,Conventional nitrided steel, as well as diamond-like carbon and chromium nitride-coated piston rings, were tested against cast iron.

This study aims to investigate the tribological characteristics of a Napier-type second piston ring against a cylinder liner in the presence of graphene nano-additives mixed into 5W40 fully synthetic engine oil.,Wear tests were carried out in the boundary lubrication condition using a reciprocating tribometer, and real engine tests were performed using a single spark.

The aim of the project is to inform standards bodies of the possibilities that exist for a new international standard covering the field of 3D surface characterisation. The book covers a description of the proposed 3D surface parameters and advanced filtering techniques using wavelet and robust Gaussian methodologies.

The two surfaces of piston ring and cylinder are very close (small amount of oil), thus the asperitiesthe contact area between piston ring and cylinder liner. Characterisation of worn cylinder liner surfaces by segmentation of honing and wear scratches the influence of different process variable was studied in relationship with topographic.

The cylinder liner is cross-hatch honed with non-Gaussian topography, including larger groove features and a fairly smooth plateau roughness. Surface-specific flow factors are derived to closely represent the actual real rough conjunction.

cylinder liners is the excellent characteristic as sliding surface and these four necessary points. High anti-galling properties 2. Less wear on the cylinder liner itself 3.

Less wear on the partner piston ring 4. Less consumption of lubricant Heat transfer: The cylinder liner receives combustion heat through the. Running-in wear modeling of honed surface for combustion engine cylinder liners S. Mezghani1,*, I.

Demirci1, M. Yousfi1,2, M. El Mansori1 1 Arts et Métiers ParisTech, MSMP, Rue Saint Dominique, BPChâlons-en-Champagne, Cedex, France 2 RENAULT S.A.S., Direction de la Mécanique/Direction de l’Ingénierie Process, Rueil Malmaison (Paris), France. If the cylinder lubrication is low the oil forced into the piston ring grooves reduces ultimately it causes the liner also due to acidic corrosion the wear takes place.

The rate of cylinder sleeve wear varies over the life of liner. It is high during the initial Running-in period after which it should reduce to an almost constant rate for most of the useful life of liner. During a recent overhaul of No.2 cylinder, the liner wear rate was found to be increasing, and well above the normal and acceptable level of mm/ hours.

In order to determine whether this wear was affecting only No 2 cylinder, liner measurements were also taken from No.5 cylinder, which has been recently overhauled. Deposit formation on cylinder liner surfaces in medium-speed engines by Øyvind Buhaug inspiring work.

A book on the history of statistics and statistical thinking 3 Characterization of Liner Deposits   • Inspection of the cylinder liner running surface through the scavenge ports. • Photos taken of piston crown, top land, piston rings, piston skirt, piston rod, cylinder liner, scavenge box and scavenge receiver.

Before and after photos are required for any surfaces that are wiped down or cleaned, see Taking Photos Section for details. Gauging a Cylinder Liner.

Measuring the wear on a marine diesel engine cylinder liner to establish the rate of wear. Gauging a liner is carried out for two reasons: To establish the wear rate of the liner, and to predict if and when the liner will require changing. Ring/liner wear is a major factor in determining effective engine life.

One of the primary goals of engine manufactures is to design engines for increased durability. In order to preserve knowledge that was gained over the years with current liner materials and to. Various endurance tests performed on six-cylinder production engines with liners made of standard gray cast iron have proved the advantages of helical honing: (1) the wear in the reversal zone was reduced by approximately 40% compared to the previous production honing process; (2) long-term oil consumption was reduced by 50% and remained very.Free delivery on millions of items with Prime.

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