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Vibration analysis on the cranksaft axis of an internal combustion engine

Vibration analysis on the cranksaft axis of an internal combustion engine

Santana, Claudio Marcio; Barros, Jose Eduardo Mautone; Braga, Jorgimara de Oliveira; Almeida Junior, Helder Alves de;

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The general objective of this paper is to measure the vibration in the areas that undergo greater efforts due to the processes of combustion and mechanical forces. These areas are the fixed bearings located to the extremes of the crankshaft. The specified objective of this study is to correlate these levels of crankshaft engine vibration relative to the fuel used, ethanol and gasoline, and assess the influence of lubricant oils on the vibration levels as a function of the viscosity of the lubricant.  The results demonstrated that the vibration intensity of the engine increases with increasing engine speed and load. In all operating conditions, the ethanol-run engine has higher vibration intensities than the gasoline-run engine. For the same type of fuel, an oil of higher viscosity attenuates the level of vibration of the engine. Measurements show an average increase of 18% of transverse vibration and 12% of longitudinal vibration in the crankshaft of the engine running on ethanol in relation to gasoline with low viscosity lubricant and 14 % and 10 % with higher viscosity lubricant.

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The general objective of this paper is to measure the vibration in the areas that undergo greater efforts due to the processes of combustion and mechanical forces. These areas are the fixed bearings located to the extremes of the crankshaft. The specified objective of this study is to correlate these levels of crankshaft engine vibration relative to the fuel used, ethanol and gasoline, and assess the influence of lubricant oils on the vibration levels as a function of the viscosity of the lubricant.  The results demonstrated that the vibration intensity of the engine increases with increasing engine speed and load. In all operating conditions, the ethanol-run engine has higher vibration intensities than the gasoline-run engine. For the same type of fuel, an oil of higher viscosity attenuates the level of vibration of the engine. Measurements show an average increase of 18% of transverse vibration and 12% of longitudinal vibration in the crankshaft of the engine running on ethanol in relation to gasoline with low viscosity lubricant and 14 % and 10 % with higher viscosity lubricant.

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DOI: 10.5151/simea2019-PAP31

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Santana, Claudio Marcio; Barros, Jose Eduardo Mautone; Braga, Jorgimara de Oliveira; Almeida Junior, Helder Alves de; "Vibration analysis on the cranksaft axis of an internal combustion engine", p. 370-385 . In: XXVII Simpósio Internacional de Engenharia Automotiva. São Paulo: Blucher, 2019.
ISSN 2357-7592, DOI 10.5151/simea2019-PAP31

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