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THE NONUNIFORMITY OF THE PISTON MOTION OF THE RADIAL ENGINE

The results of kinematic analysis of the ASz-62IR radial engine crankshaft was presented. In addition, the one-dimensional model of the working cycle of the engine was created in AVL BOOST system. Differences in the waveforms for each pistons causes the differences in the filling process what reflects in the mass of the load supplied to cylinders. Additionally, due to one dimensional model computation. The results show differences in the value of maximum pressure. This causes differences in mean effective pressure of up to 4% and which also affects the vibrations of the whole engine.
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Pietrykowski, K., & Tulwin, T. (2017). The nonuniformity of the piston motion of the radial engine. Applied Computer Science, 13(2), 39-47. doi:10.23743/acs-2017-12
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Pietrykowski, Konrad, and Tytus Tulwin. "The Nonuniformity of the Piston Motion of the Radial Engine." Applied Computer Science 13, no. 2 (2017): 39-47.
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K. Pietrykowski and T. Tulwin, "The nonuniformity of the piston motion of the radial engine," Applied Computer Science, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 39-47, 2017.
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Pietrykowski K, Tulwin T. The nonuniformity of the piston motion of the radial engine. Applied Computer Science. 2017;13(2):39-47.