100 Hour Endurance Testing of a High Output Adiabatic Diesel Engine

Paper #:
  • 940951

Published:
  • 1994-03-01
Citation:
Woods, M., Bryzik, W., and Schwarz, E., "100 Hour Endurance Testing of a High Output Adiabatic Diesel Engine," SAE Technical Paper 940951, 1994, https://doi.org/10.4271/940951.
Pages:
10
Abstract:
An advanced low heat rejection engine concept has successfully completed a 100 hour endurance test. The combustion chamber components were insulated with thermal barrier coatings. The engine components included a titanium piston, titanium headface plate, titanium cylinder liner insert, M2 steel valve guides and monolithic zirconia valve seat inserts. The tribological system was composed of a ceramic chrome oxide coated cylinder liner, chrome carbide coated piston rings and an advanced polyolester class lubricant. The top piston compression ring Included a novel design feature to provide self-cleaning of ring groove lubricant deposits to prevent ring face scuffing. The prototype test engine demonstrated 52 percent reduction in radiator heat rejection with reduced intake air aftercooling and strategic forced oil cooling.
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