Automotive Air Intake Manifold Application using Nylon 6,6 Composite Material

Paper #:
  • 1999-01-3011

Published:
  • 1999-12-01
Citation:
Mathew, B. and Wiebeck, H., "Automotive Air Intake Manifold Application using Nylon 6,6 Composite Material," SAE Technical Paper 1999-01-3011, 1999, https://doi.org/10.4271/1999-01-3011.
Pages:
9
Abstract:
There are many advantages to air intake manifolds molded from Nylon 6,6 Glass reinforced composite material versus a pressure-cast aluminum manifold. Weight is significantly lowered and production costs generally are reduced. Performance improves with the precise control of the interior surface finish and reduced air induction temperatures. The Nylon 6,6 Glass reinforced composite material can be molded into intricate shapes by injection molding or lost-core process with reduced machining operations as well as Nylon 6,6 material is easily recycled. Production costs will continue to decrease as optimization of material, process and part integration increases.This study evaluates Nylon 6,6 Glass reinforced composite material in terms of the intake manifolds material key requirements such as thermal, heat aging, fatigue, impact, creep, stress and chemical resistance including multi fuels. This study would assist engineers in designing intake manifolds using Nylon 6,6 Glass reinforced composite material.
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