Yıl: 2020 Cilt: 41 Sayı: 2 Sayfa Aralığı: 506 - 520 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.17776/csj.632197 İndeks Tarihi: 19-12-2020

Comparison of functionally graded and ungraded cylinder liners with finite element analysis

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In this study, functionally graded and ungraded Al-Si cylinder liners have been comparedby the finite element analysis. At the beginning of the study, the most sold gasolinepoweredautomobiles in recent years have been investigated and the dimensions of the Al-Sicylinder liner have been determined. Al-Si alloy based cylinder liners with a wall-thicknessof 6 mm and inner diameter of 74 mm, an outer diameter of 86 mm and a length of 165 mmhave been designed. The functionally graded cylinder liner has a twenty-layered structure,and the silicon content of each layer is distinct. Si contents on the inner and the outersurfaces of the functionally graded liner are 32 vol.% and 8.5 vol.%., respectively. Theungraded cylinder liner, on the other hand, has a homogeneous structure and the siliconcontent of 21 vol.%. The maximum Von Mises stresses reached as a result of thermal loadsin the functionally graded and ungraded cylinder liners are determined to be 47.526 MPaand 95.951 MPa, respectively. It has been observed that maximum Von Mises stressdecreases by approximately 50% thanks to the functional grading.
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APA CİVELEK F, Ertek C (2020). Comparison of functionally graded and ungraded cylinder liners with finite element analysis. , 506 - 520. 10.17776/csj.632197
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IEEE CİVELEK F,Ertek C "Comparison of functionally graded and ungraded cylinder liners with finite element analysis." , ss.506 - 520, 2020. 10.17776/csj.632197
ISNAD CİVELEK, FATİH - Ertek, Cem. "Comparison of functionally graded and ungraded cylinder liners with finite element analysis". (2020), 506-520. https://doi.org/10.17776/csj.632197
APA CİVELEK F, Ertek C (2020). Comparison of functionally graded and ungraded cylinder liners with finite element analysis. Cumhuriyet Science Journal, 41(2), 506 - 520. 10.17776/csj.632197
Chicago CİVELEK FATİH,Ertek Cem Comparison of functionally graded and ungraded cylinder liners with finite element analysis. Cumhuriyet Science Journal 41, no.2 (2020): 506 - 520. 10.17776/csj.632197
MLA CİVELEK FATİH,Ertek Cem Comparison of functionally graded and ungraded cylinder liners with finite element analysis. Cumhuriyet Science Journal, vol.41, no.2, 2020, ss.506 - 520. 10.17776/csj.632197
AMA CİVELEK F,Ertek C Comparison of functionally graded and ungraded cylinder liners with finite element analysis. Cumhuriyet Science Journal. 2020; 41(2): 506 - 520. 10.17776/csj.632197
Vancouver CİVELEK F,Ertek C Comparison of functionally graded and ungraded cylinder liners with finite element analysis. Cumhuriyet Science Journal. 2020; 41(2): 506 - 520. 10.17776/csj.632197
IEEE CİVELEK F,Ertek C "Comparison of functionally graded and ungraded cylinder liners with finite element analysis." Cumhuriyet Science Journal, 41, ss.506 - 520, 2020. 10.17776/csj.632197
ISNAD CİVELEK, FATİH - Ertek, Cem. "Comparison of functionally graded and ungraded cylinder liners with finite element analysis". Cumhuriyet Science Journal 41/2 (2020), 506-520. https://doi.org/10.17776/csj.632197