A REVIEW ON INCREASING THE HEAT DISSIPATION RATE OF ENGINE CYLINDER BLOCK
Author(s):
Amol Kumar Tripathi, Dharmendra Kumar Dixit
Keywords:
Cylinder block, Fin, ANSYS, heat transfer, APDL, Transient Analysis.
Abstract
stitute of Technology, M.Tech Scholar, Department of Mechanical Engg. REWA, MP. ABSTRACT: Heat transfer is the science that seeks to predict the energy transfer that may take place between material bodies as a result of a temperature difference. The fact that a heat-transfer rate is the desired objective of an analysis points out the heat transfer. In this study the survey of various researches have been done and obtained that the heat transfer in the engine cylinder block is the largest issue. This issue has been tried to remove by providing extended surface in the engine cylinder block and improve the efficiency of the system. After the study of various researches it concluded that there is the improvement chance in the engine cylinder by providing some extra area in the cylinder fin without increasing the fin length. This can be obtained easily by providing holes in the fins. This is done by generating a model of engine cylinder block in the ANSYS 14.5 and the Discretization will be done Workbench APDL. The transient analysis has been done by using Transient thermal APDL.
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Unique Paper ID: 148038

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 12

Page(s): 113 - 115
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