In this contribution a complementarity formulation for the solution of EHL problem in presence of cavitation is employed in order to investigate the tribological behavior of the conrod small-end of a high performance motorbike engine. The influence of different physical and geometrical parameters is discussed. In particular, the clearance between the conrod small-end and the piston pin, the lubricant physical properties, the surface roughness and the stiffness of the piston pin are investigated, thus providing preliminary guidelines for the correct design of the coupling. Due to the negligible influence of the transversal forces acting on the conrod small-end and of the relative sliding speed between the mating surfaces, a two symmetrical model of the assembly is prepared and results are compared with those obtained adopting a simply symmetrical model.

Elastohydrodynamic analysis of the conrod small-end of a high performance motorbike engine via a mass conserving cavitation algorithm / Mastrandrea, LUCA NICOLO'; Giacopini, Matteo; Dini, Daniele; Bertocchi, Enrico. - 15-2015:(2015), pp. 1-11. (Intervento presentato al convegno ASME 2015 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, IMECE 2015 tenutosi a Houston; United States nel 13-19 November 2015) [10.1115/IMECE2015-51603].

Elastohydrodynamic analysis of the conrod small-end of a high performance motorbike engine via a mass conserving cavitation algorithm

MASTRANDREA, LUCA NICOLO';GIACOPINI, Matteo;BERTOCCHI, Enrico
2015

Abstract

In this contribution a complementarity formulation for the solution of EHL problem in presence of cavitation is employed in order to investigate the tribological behavior of the conrod small-end of a high performance motorbike engine. The influence of different physical and geometrical parameters is discussed. In particular, the clearance between the conrod small-end and the piston pin, the lubricant physical properties, the surface roughness and the stiffness of the piston pin are investigated, thus providing preliminary guidelines for the correct design of the coupling. Due to the negligible influence of the transversal forces acting on the conrod small-end and of the relative sliding speed between the mating surfaces, a two symmetrical model of the assembly is prepared and results are compared with those obtained adopting a simply symmetrical model.
2015
2015
ASME 2015 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, IMECE 2015
Houston; United States
13-19 November 2015
15-2015
1
11
Mastrandrea, LUCA NICOLO'; Giacopini, Matteo; Dini, Daniele; Bertocchi, Enrico
Elastohydrodynamic analysis of the conrod small-end of a high performance motorbike engine via a mass conserving cavitation algorithm / Mastrandrea, LUCA NICOLO'; Giacopini, Matteo; Dini, Daniele; Bertocchi, Enrico. - 15-2015:(2015), pp. 1-11. (Intervento presentato al convegno ASME 2015 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, IMECE 2015 tenutosi a Houston; United States nel 13-19 November 2015) [10.1115/IMECE2015-51603].
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