Sensitivity Study of a Valve Recession Model

Authors: Edgar E. Vera-Cardenas, Roger Lewis, Tom Slatter

ABSTRACT
The aim of this work was to carry out a sensitivity analysis of a valve recession model. For the sensitivity study, the effects of the parameters on the valve recession model were investigated, for both, light duty and heavy duty engines. For light duty engines, it was observed that the impact wear of component parameters had the greatest effect on valve recession and for heavy duty engines, the sliding wear of component parameters had an increasing contribution to the overall valve recession.

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Journal: Open Journal of Applied Sciences
DOI: 10.4236/ojapps.2017.72005 (PDF)
Paper Id: 74161 (metadata)

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