An Investigation of Load Force and Dynamic Error Magnitude Using the Lumped Mass Connecting Rod Model

Paper #:
  • 930617

Published:
  • 1993-03-01
Citation:
Shiao, Y. and Moskwa, J., "An Investigation of Load Force and Dynamic Error Magnitude Using the Lumped Mass Connecting Rod Model," SAE Technical Paper 930617, 1993, https://doi.org/10.4271/930617.
Pages:
12
Abstract:
This paper investigates the dynamic errors between the commonly used two-lump mass connecting rod model and the actual connecting rod model for the internal combustion engine. Because of the errors between the actual rod inertia and this simplified two-lump mass model, incorrect engine dynamics and internal forces are often predicted. In this paper, the magnitudes of force differences related to errors of connecting rod inertia are presented for various engines at different engine operating speeds. A method to predict the maximum side force and its maximum deviation is presented. And the technique to minimize variability in connecting rod mass and moment of inertia, as well as minimizing errors in the lumped mass model commonly used in industry are also introduced to avoid incorrect engine dynamics and internal forces.
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