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International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science


Design, Modeling and Analysis of Structural Strength of Cylinder and Cylinder Head of 4-stroke (10 H.P.) C.I. Engine - A Review

( Vol-2,Issue-4,April 2016 )

Author(s): Mahammadrafik J. Meman, Amit B. Solanki, Akshay J. Parmar



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Page No: 156-162
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Keywords:

Cylinder, cylinder head, FEM, Pro/Engineer, ANSYS, fatigue load, thermal load, structural strength.

Abstract:

The proficiency of any automobile engine is deals with the structural strength of its cylinder and cylinder head. Cylinder and cylinder head are most important parts of an engine because the piston moving inside the cylinder, so friction between cylinder wall and piston is very higher and due to this the mechanical load or fatigue load acting on the cylinder. So that structure of cylinder should be stronger. The combustion chamber, crank case, piston, connecting rod, crankshaft and cylinder are placed under the cylinder head. Cylinder head provides the protection against the high thermal and mechanical load on an engine, so the cylinder head is “a protector” of an engine and its parts. The review of existing literature on design, modeling and analysis of cylinder and cylinder head is presented. 3D-model of cylinder and cylinder head were created using Pro/Engineer software and ANSYS was used to analyze the thermal and structural analysis. So finally design considerations, material specifications, failure analysis, these all are reviewed successfully over here.

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