SURVEY OF REMOTELY CONTROLLED LABORATORIES FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION

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The article presents the modeling and simulation of the crank-piston model of internal combustion engine. The object of the research was the engine of the vehicle from the B segment. The individual elements of  the  gasoline engine were digitizing using the process of reverse engineering. After converting the geometry, assembling was imported to  MSC Adams software. The crank-piston system was specified by boundary conditions of piston forces applied on the pistons crowns. This force was obtain from the cylinder pressure recorded during the tests, that were carried out on a chassis dynamometer. The simulation studies allowed t  determine the load distribution in a dynamic state for the selected kinematic pairs.

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Chmielewski, T., & Zielińska, K. (2017). Survey of remotely controlled laboratories for research and education. Applied Computer Science, 13(1), 85-96. doi:10.23743/acs-2017-08
Chmielewski, Tomasz, and Katarzyna Zielińska. "Survey of Remotely Controlled Laboratories for Research and Education." Applied Computer Science 13, no. 1 (2017): 85-96.
T. Chmielewski and K. Zielińska, "Survey of remotely controlled laboratories for research and education," Applied Computer Science, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 85-96, 2017.
Chmielewski T, Zielińska K. Survey of remotely controlled laboratories for research and education. Applied Computer Science. 2017;13(1):85-96.
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