New Piston Telemetry Applied to Spherical Joint Piston Development

Paper #:
  • 960056

Published:
  • 1996-02-01
Citation:
Wiczynski, P., Varo, R., Archuleta, S., and Galarno, M., "New Piston Telemetry Applied to Spherical Joint Piston Development," SAE Technical Paper 960056, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/960056.
Pages:
8
Abstract:
A new telemetry system has been developed for temperature or strain measurements on a spherical joint piston. The system includes a piston mounted signal multiplexer and transmitter. A patented, piston mounted power generator operates in conjunction witii a modified cylinder liner. The telemetry system is robust, having high inertia load capability and high environmental temperature operating capability.The telemetry system was installed and operated on an engine motoring test rig. Temperature signals were transmitted at engine speeds from 400 rpm to 2100 rpm. Over 100 hours of high engine speed testing with oil sump temperatures up to 122°C were completed.
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