Design and analysis of V6 engine on solid works & ANSYS
Indranil Ghosh, Lina Patari, Chandra Prakash Sharma, Soumya Ranjan Pattnaik, Pothula Harshith Reddy, Dr. Mohit Kumar, Ajay Kumar, Dr. Harpreet Singh Lubana
Piston head, Engine block, Cylinder head, Valve, V6 Engine, design, analysis
This paper explores the design and finite element analysis (FEA) of a V6 engine using ANSYS, with a focus on material optimization to enhance performance and efficiency. The study investigates three distinct materials: aluminum alloy, iron-chromium-aluminum alloy, and iron-silicon-aluminum alloy, assessing their suitability for engine components such as pistons, connecting rods, and crankshafts. Through a series of simulations, the research evaluates each material’s mechanical properties, thermal conductivity, and weight implications. The goal is to identify the material that not only withstands the high-stress environment of an engine but also contributes to overall weight reduction and thermal efficiency. The findings aim to provide valuable insights into material selection for V6 engines, potentially leading to advancements in automotive engineering and design.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 12

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