A library of technical papers has been assembled to help the client learn more on how PISDYN has been used in real life applications throughout many different industries. Many of the papers provided contain data from experiments along with corresponding simulation results for the purpose of establishing and validating the capabilities of the programs.
- Numerical Analysis of an Articulated Piston Skirt Failure, click here
- Comparison of Measured and Predicted Skirt Liner Clearances in a Gasoline Engine, click here
- Piston Design Development Using Numerical Simulations and Engine Tests, click here
- A comparison of Simulation and Engine Test Data for Various Skirt Profile, click here
- From Concept to Practice, click here
- Dynamic Simulation of a Piston for Compressor Application and Correlation with Bench Tests, click here
- Case Study Using PISDYN of the Effect on Piston Performance of Using a Longer Conrod, click here
Here are just some of the other PISDYN papers which are available through SAE and other journals:
Carden, P., Pisani, C., Emannuel, L., Field, I., Devine, M., Schoeni, A., and Beyer, P., “Calculation of crank train friction in a heavy duty truck engine and comparison with measured data,” Proc IMechE Part J:J Engineering Tribology 227(2) 168–184
- A Comprehensive Model of Piston Skirt Lubrication (SAE Paper No. 920483, 1992)
- Simulation of Secondary Dynamics of Articulated and Conventional Piston Assemblies (SAE Paper No. 920484, 1992)
- An Integrated Design Analysis Methodology to Address Piston Tribologogical Issues (SAE Paper No. 930793, 1993)
- A Model of Piston Secondary Motion and Elastohydrodyamic Skirt Lubrication, ASME Journal of Tribology, Vol. 116, 1994, pp. 777-785.
- Comparison of Measured and Predicted Skirt-Liner Clearances in a Gasoline Engine (SAE Paper No. 972879, 1997)
- Modelling of Piston-Cylinder Lubrication with a Flexible Skirt and Cylinder Wall (SAE 2000-01-2804)
- A Comprehensive Piston Skirt Lubrication Model Using a Mass Conserving EHL Algorithm (SAE 2005-01-1640)
- Numerical Evaluation of the Potential for Fuel Economy Improvement due to Boundary Friction Reduction within Heavy-Duty Diesel Engines, Tribology International, Vol. 38, Issue 3, March 2005, pp. 265-275.
- Piston Assembly Friction Losses - Comparison of Measured and Predicted Data (SAE 2006-01-0426)
- How to Predict Piston Slap-Noise Using 3D Piston Motion Simulation (SAE 2007-01-1245)
- Mass Conserving Elastohydrodynamic Piston Lubrication Model with Incorporated Crown Lands, ASME Internal Combustion Engine Division Fall Technical Conference, ICEF2007-1710, October 2007.
- The Influence of Piston Secondary Motion in the Liner Cavitation Occurance (SAE 2008-01-1193)