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Focus On Higher Engine Durability with Optimised Mechanical Development for 2 Cyl Gasoline Engine

M Ramesh
M Tech, Department of I C Engines, Vel Tech Rangarajan Dr. Sagunthala R&D Institute of Science And Technology Avadi, Chennai, India
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Customer satisfaction is one of the key factors for success of any product in the market. Typically Customers who purchases a new passenger look for the following features, (1) High Fuel efficiency (2) More life i.e High durability of the components (3) Less maintenance i.e less service turn around (4) Less NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness), Present day customers are more irritant to noise and vibration. In order to achieve above features inherently, a better Product development from the design to production stage is essential.All key parameters that influence the Product performance should be focussed on the all stages of Product development. This project work will essentially discuss on the mechanical development aspect of an engine, which mainly constitutes durability and reliability of the engine. Engine oil consumption is an important source of hydrocarbon and particulate emissions in automotive engines. Oil evaporating from the piston-ring-liner system is believed to contribute significantly to total oil consumption, especially during severe operating conditions. As a part of the effort to comply with increasingly stringent emission standards, engine manufacturers strive to work on EMS calibration strategies. This requires the advancement of the understanding of the characteristics and driving mechanisms of various applications. This paper will discuss certain parameters of the below critical areas on a two cylinder gasoline engine, (1) Protection on Engine to have oil consumption (2) Protection on Engine to avoid overheating (3) Engine Calibration

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