Browse Publications Technical Papers 2002-01-0585
2002-03-04

Thermal Plastic-elastic Creep Analysis of Engine Cylinder Head 2002-01-0585

Critical for the use of aluminum alloys for cylinder heads are strength and durability. In our study, the mechanism of the low cycle fatigue and creep was clarified based on the mechanical properties of aluminum alloys, such as tensile, compressive, thermal fatigue and creep characteristics, which were determined by conducting tests on test pieces. The behavior of a cylinder head under cyclic thermal condition was represented by using a high-precision analysis method with cyclic creep taken into consideration. Moreover, the high-precision analysis method turned out to be effective in estimating a low cycle fatigue life under the cyclic thermal condition.

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