1965-02-01

Analysis of Exhaust Valve Failure in Internal Combustion Engines 650020

This paper presents a theoretical approach to explain the valve failure process in diesel engines. Determination of transient temperatures and thermal stresses on an undamaged valve face, and calculation of the increase of these quantities due to cracks, give a description of the process. Experiments support the validity of the computations.

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