A Model for the Investigation of Temperature, Heat Flow and Friction Characteristics During Engine Warm-Up 931153
A computational model has been developed to support investigations of temperature, heat flow and friction characteristics, particularly in connection with warm-up behaviour. A lumped capacity model of the engine block and head, empirically derived correlations for local heat transfer and friction losses, and oil and coolant circuit descriptions form the core of the model. Validation of the model and illustrative results are reported.
Citation: Shayler, P., Christian, S., and Ma, T., "A Model for the Investigation of Temperature, Heat Flow and Friction Characteristics During Engine Warm-Up," SAE Technical Paper 931153, 1993, https://doi.org/10.4271/931153. Download Citation
P. J. Shayler, S. J. Christian, T. Ma
University of Nottingham
Vehicle Thermal Management Systems Conference
1993 Vehicle Thermal Management Systems Conference Proceedings-P-263, SAE 1993 Transactions: Journal of Engines-V102-3