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Thermal Analysis of Piston

First create the Catia software modeling the Piston and file name and type save the x_t format. Utility Menu > File > Import > Para > file name (piston .x_t) > Geometry type (solids only) > Allo !efeaturin" #li#$ > %&

(I) Preferen#e'
Preferences for GUI filtering > Thermal > %&

(II) Prepro#essor' (() )lement'
)lement Types > Add*)dit*!elete > Add > +olid > Tet (,node -. (+%/I! -.) > %&

(0) Materials Props'
Material Models A1aila2le indo :

Thermal > 3ondu#ti1ity > Isotropi# > &44 5 (6 +pe#ifi# 7eat 5 8,, !ensity 5 -,,, > %& Materials Props > Temperature Units > 93elsius: #li#$ > %&

(8) Meshin"'
Meshin" > Mesh Tool > Click on "Mesh" > In the dialog box of pick, click "Pick All" Click ok > Click "Close" to close the Mesh Tool dialog box

(III) +olution' (() Analysis Type'
Analysis Type > ;e Analysis For type of analysis select +teady<state and select %&.

(0) !efine /oads'
Main Menu > Solution > Define Loads > Apply > Thermal > Temperature > On Areas >Pick the Bottom area by mouse click (You can go to File Menu > PlotCtrls > Pan Zoom otate, to find the area, check "Dynamic Mode" to rotate the model by mouse) > Click !ok" > Choose !Temp" and put !"##! as the alue > Click !ok! Main Menu >Solution > Define Loads > Apply > Thermal > $eat Flu% > On Areas > Pick the Top area by mouse click > Click !ok! > Input &### into the 'alue > Click !ok!

(=) +ol1e'
Main Menu > Solution > Current LS > Click !ok! > Click !close" after the solution is done and close the !indo! of commands"

(I>) General Post prop'
Plot ?esults > 3ontour Plot > ;odal +olu > !%F +olution > ;odal temperature > !eformed shape only > %&

Animation'
Utility Menu > Plot3trls > Animate > !eformed ?esults Select the !F sol"tion > Temperature T)MP > %&

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. Utility Menu > File > Import > Para > file name (piston pin .x_t) > Geometry type (All )ntities) > Allo +#alin" #li#$ > %& (I) Preferen#e' Preferences for GUI filtering > +tru#tural > %& (II) Prepro#essor' (() )lement' )lement Types > Add*)dit*!elete > Add > +olid > @uad Anode A0 > Apply > Bri#$ -node A8 > %& (0) Materials Props' Material Models A1aila2le indo : > +tru#tural > /inear > )lasti# > Isotropi# #he window titled /inear Isotropi# Properties for Material .um2er ( now appears.+tress Analysis of Piston Pin First create the Catia software modeling the Piston Pin and file name and type save the x_t format. $nter =.e6 for )4 %&o"ng's (od"l"s) and .= for P?4C %Poission*s +atio) > %& (=) Meshin"' Meshin" > Mesh Tool > Mesh > Pi#$ All > %& .

e Analysis For type of analysis select stati# and select %&. #he +ol1e 3urrent /oad +tep window will appear. (I>) General Post prop' Plot ?esults > 3ontour Plot > . in the For#e*moment val"e field which will apply > %& (=) +ol1e' #he next step is to solve the c"rrent load step that has -een created.(III) +olution' (() Analysis Type' Analysis Type > .ext #li#$ %n Area > (another side outer #ir#le sele#t the area) > #li#$ %&.. $nter <(. Select: +ol1e > 3urrent /+.odal +olu > !%F +olution > !ispla#ement 1e#tor sum > !eformed shape only > %& Animation' Utility Menu > Plot3trls > Animate > !eformed ?esults Select the !F sol"tion > U+UM > %& . #o -egin the analysis select %&. !efine /oads > Apply> +tru#tural > For#e*Moment> %n nodes > (3enter Point #li#$ > %& > Pic. (0) !efine /oads' !efine /oads > Apply> +tru#tural >!ispla#ement t> %n Area > (one side outer #ir#le sele#t the area) 3li#$ %& > . FC for the direction of the force..

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on the right mo"se -"tton Some 7asic . cast/iron piston ring has a mean diameter of 01 mm2 a radial height of h 3 4 mm2 and a thic. #he ring is assem-led "sing an expansion tool which separates the split ends a distance delta -y applying a force F shown. #o translate the models "se 3trl and MB(.+tress Analysis of Piston ?in" Pro2lem' .8S&S f"nctions are: #o rotate the models "se 3trl and MB=. etermine the MB( Clic. on the left mo"se -"tton MB0 Clic.3 5 mm. on the middle mo"se -"tton MB= Clic. #o Doom "se 3trl and MB0 and move the mo"se up and do n. (I) Preferen#e' . deflection2 delta2 as a f"nction of the force2 F. Use $ 3 161 GPa.ness .

Preferences for GUI filtering > +tru#tural > %& .

&o" will enter two >P location. In the white -ox -elow Glo-al Cartesian2 enter = and press enter on the .? and press enter on the . $nter =A.rea 3 95 . into the Ar# len"th in de"rees field.um2er of element di1isions field.0(( for P?4C %Poission*s +atio) > %& #he next step is to create an arc of 65= degrees: (A) Modelin"' Modelin" > 3reate > /ines > Ar#s > By 3ent E ?adius #he Ar# 2y 3enter E ?adius indo sho"ld appear.9 . (=) Materials Props' Material Models A1aila2le indo : > +tru#tural > /inear > )lasti# > Isotropi# #he window titled /inear Isotropi# Properties for Material .ey-oard..rea moment of inertia I&& 3 69.um2er ( now appears.rea moment of inertia I:: 3 . into the . $nter (=(e= for )4 %&o"ng's (od"l"s) and . #hen enter 5=. #he thic.> %& .(II) Prepro#essor' (() )lement' )lement Types > Add*)dit*!elete > Add > Beam > =! )lasti# A> %& (0) ?eal 3onstants' ?eal 3onstants indo > Add #li#$ > Type ( BeamA > %& .ey-oard. Close the window.ness along the < 3 5 and y 3 4axis also need to -e specified.> %& (8) Meshin"' Meshin" > +iDe 3ntrls > Manual +iDe > /ines > All /ines $nter 8.

$nter ( in the For#e*moment val"e field which will apply a ( l2 for#e up ard > %& If yo" wish to view a 6 pict"re of yo"r model select: Plot 3ontrols > +tyle> +iDe and +hape. #he +ol1e 3urrent /oad +tep window will appear. (0) !efine /oads' !efine /oads > Apply> +tru#tural >!ispla#ement> %n &ey points > Apply > select All !%F. . #o -egin the analysis select %&. Clic. the chec. FC for the direction of the force.ll.e Analysis For type of analysis select stati# and select %&.odal +olu > !%F +olution > !ispla#ement 1e#tor sum > !eformed shape only > %& . (=) +ol1e' #he next step is to solve the c"rrent load step that has -een created. (I>) General Post prop' Plot ?esults > 3ontour Plot > .> Apply > Pic.Meshin" > Mesh > /ines From the Mesh /ines indo select Pic. #he load will now -e applied to the ring: !efine /oads > Apply> +tru#tural > For#e*Moment> %n &ey points. -ox next to !isplay of element to t"rn on the 6 image. Select: +ol1e > 3urrent /+. #he +iDe and +hape indo opens.> Pi#$ all (III) +olution' (() Analysis Type' Analysis Type > .> %&.

Animation' Utility Menu > Plot3trls > Animate > !eformed ?esults Select the !F sol"tion > U+UM > %& ################ .

x_t) > Geometry type (All )ntities) > Allo +#alin" #li#$ > %& (I) Preferen#e' Preferences for GUI filtering > +tru#tural > %& (II) Prepro#essor' (() )lement' )lement Types > Add*)dit*!elete > Add > +olid > @uad Anode A0 > Apply > Bri#$ -node A8 > %& (0) Materials Props' Material Models A1aila2le indo : > +tru#tural > /inear > )lasti# > Isotropi# > )4 5 =. Utility Menu > File > Import > Para > file name (#amshaft .= !ensity 5 -.e6 P?4C 5 .=e<8 > %& (=) Meshin"' Meshin" > Mesh Tool > Mesh > Pi#$ All > %& .>i2ration Modal Analysis of 3amshaft First create the Catia software modeling the Camshaft and file name and type save the x_t format..

(=) +ol1e' #he next step is to solve the c"rrent load step that has -een created.ote' For#e * Moment E Pressure not appli#a2le.odal +olu > !%F +olution > !ispla#ement 1e#tor sum > !eformed shape only > %& Animation' Utility Menu > Plot3trls > Animate > !eformed ?esults Select the !F sol"tion > U+UM > %& .e Analysis For type of analysis select Modal and select %&. Select: +ol1e > 3urrent /+. (I>) General Post prop' Plot ?esults > 3ontour Plot > . Analysis Type > Analysis %ptions > #li#$ Blo#$ /an#Dos > . of modes to expand 5 8 > %& (0) !efine /oads' !efine /oads > Apply> +tru#tural >!ispla#ement t> %n Area > (t o side sele#t the area) 3li#$ %& F. of modes to extra#t 5 8 > . #o -egin the analysis select %&.(III) +olution' (() Analysis Type' Analysis Type > .o. #he +ol1e 3urrent /oad +tep window will appear.o.

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x_t) > Geometry type (All )ntities) > Allo +#alin" #li#$ > %& (I) Preferen#e' Preferences for GUI filtering > +tru#tural > %& (II) Prepro#essor' (() )lement' )lement Types > Add*)dit*!elete > Add > +olid > @uad Anode A0 > Apply > Bri#$ -node A8 > %& (0) Materials Props' Material Models A1aila2le indo : > +tru#tural > /inear > )lasti# > Isotropi# > )4 5 =..= !ensity 5 -. Utility Menu > File > Import > Para > file name (#ran$shaft .shaft and file name and type save the x_t format.e6 P?4C 5 .Torsional >i2ration Analysis of 3ran$shaft First create the Catia software modeling the Cran.=e<8 > %& (=) Meshin"' Meshin" > Mesh Tool > Mesh > Pi#$ All > %& .

ext +et > Pre1ious set > /ast set > Plot 3trls > Animate > !eformed ?esults Select the !F sol"tion > U+UM > %& ################ .o.ote' For#e * Moment E Pressure not appli#a2le. #he +ol1e 3urrent /oad +tep window will appear. of modes to extra#t 5 8 > .o.e Analysis For type of analysis select Modal and select %&. #o -egin the analysis select %&. Select: +ol1e > 3urrent /+. Analysis Type > Analysis %ptions > #li#$ Blo#$ /an#Dos > . (I>) General Post prop' ?ead ?esults > First set > . of modes to expand 5 8 > %& (0) !efine /oads' !efine /oads > Apply> +tru#tural >!ispla#ement t> %n Area > (t o side sele#t the area) 3li#$ %& F. (=) +ol1e' #he next step is to solve the c"rrent load step that has -een created.(III) +olution' (() Analysis Type' Analysis Type > .

= > %& (8) Meshin"' Meshin" > Mesh Tool > click the $Mesh" > In the dialog box of pick.. Utility Menu > File > Import > Para > file name (#onne#tin" rod .x_t) > Geometry type (All )ntities only) > Allo +#alin" #li#$ > %& (I) Preferen#e' Preferences for GUI filtering > +tru#tural > %& (II) Prepro#essor' (() )lement' )lement Types > Add*)dit*!elete > Add > +olid > @uad Anode A0 > Apply > Bri#$ -node A8 > %& .e6 P?4C 5 .Bu#$lin" Analysis of 3onne#tin" ?od First create the Catia software modeling the Connecting rod and file name and type save the x_t format. (0) Materials Props' Material Models A1aila2le indo : +tru#tural > /inear > )lasti# > Isotropi# > )4 5 =. click "Pick All"" .

&### > !ok! otate.(III) +olution' (() Analysis Type' Analysis Type > .ote' T o times +olution and sol1e the Analysis. to find the area. check "Dynamic Mode" to rotate the model by mouse) > Pressure +alue . Analysis Type > Analysis %ption > . to find the area.e Analysis For type of analysis select )i"en Bu#$lin" and select %&. (() Analysis Type' Analysis Type > . check "Dynamic Mode" to rotate the model by mouse) > Click !ok" > Choose (=) +ol1e' Main Menu > Solution > Current LS > Click !ok! > Click !close" after the solution is done and close the !indo! of commands" @@ . of modes to extra#t 5 8 > %& .e Analysis For type of analysis select +tati# and select %&.o. @+olution > Una2rid"ed Menu > 3li#$ (0) !efine /oads' Main Menu > Solution > Define Loads > Apply > Structural > Displacement > On Areas >Pick the Bottom area (t)o side* by mouse click (You can go to File Menu > PlotCtrls > Pan Zoom All DOF > Click !ok! Main Menu > Solution > Define Loads > Apply > Structural > Pressure> On Areas >Pick the Top area by mouse click (You can go to File Menu > PlotCtrls > Pan Zoom otate.

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of modes to expansion 5 8 > %&.le -%pand > -%pand Modes > .(0) /oad +tep %pts' -%pansion Pass > Sin.o. (=) +ol1e' Main Menu > Solution > Current LS > Click !ok! > Click !close" after the solution is done and close the !indo! of commands" (I>) General Post prop' ?ead ?esults > First > Utility Menu > Plot3tls > Animate > !eformed ?esults > Select U+UM only > %& ################ .

. (+%/I! -.Thermal Analysis of >al1e First create the Catia software modeling the Aalve and file name and type save the x_t format. > %& Materials Props > Temperature Units > 93elsius: #li#$ > %& (8) Meshin"' Meshin" > Mesh Tool > Click on "Mesh" > In the dialog box of pick.x_t) > Geometry type (All )ntities) > Allo +#alin" #li#$ > %& (I) Preferen#e' Preferences for GUI filtering > Thermal > %& (II) Prepro#essor' (() )lement' )lement Types > Add*)dit*!elete > Add > +olid > Tet (.node -. Utility Menu > File > Import > Para > file name (1al1e .. !ensity 5 -..) > %& (0) Materials Props' Material Models A1aila2le indo : Thermal > 3ondu#ti1ity > Isotropi# > &44 5 (6 +pe#ifi# 7eat 5 8. click "Pick All" Click ok > Click "Close" to close the Mesh Tool dialog box .

to find the area. (0) !efine /oads' Main Menu > Solution > Define Loads > Apply > Thermal > Temperature > On Areas >Pick the Top area by mouse click (You can go to File Menu > PlotCtrls > Pan Zoom !/###! as the alue > Click !ok! Main Menu >Solution > Define Loads > Apply > Thermal > Temperature > On Areas > Pick the Bottom area by mouse click > Click !ok! > Choose !Temp" and put !&###! as the alue > Click !ok! otate. check "Dynamic Mode" to rotate the model by mouse) > Click !ok" > Choose !Temp" and put (=) +ol1e' Main Menu > Solution > Current LS > Click !ok! > Click !close" after the solution is done and close the !indo! of commands" (I>) General Post prop' Plot ?esults > 3ontour Plot > .odal temperature > !eformed shape only > %& Animation' Utility Menu > Plot3trls > Animate > !eformed ?esults Select the !F sol"tion > Temperature T)MP > %& .odal +olu > !%F +olution > .e Analysis For type of analysis select +teady<state and select %&.(III) +olution' (() Analysis Type' Analysis Type > .

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$nter =.= for P?4C %Poission*s +atio) > %& (=) Meshin"' Meshin" > Mesh Tool > Mesh > Pi#$ All > %& (III) +olution' (() Analysis Type' Analysis Type > .e6 for )4 %&o"ng's (od"l"s) and .um2er ( now appears.. .+tress Analysis of Balan#in" Gei"ht of 3ran$shaft (I) Preferen#e' Preferences for GUI filtering > +tru#tural > %& (II) Prepro#essor' (() )lement' )lement Types > Add*)dit*!elete > Add > +olid > @uad Anode A0 > Apply > Bri#$ -node A8 > %& (0) Materials Props' Material Models A1aila2le indo : > +tru#tural > /inear > )lasti# > Isotropi# #he window titled /inear Isotropi# Properties for Material .e Analysis For type of analysis select stati# and select %&.

#o -egin the analysis select %&.ext #li#$ %n Area > (another side outer #ir#le sele#t the area) > #li#$ %&.(0) !efine /oads' !efine /oads > Apply> +tru#tural >!ispla#ement t> %n Area > (one side outer #ir#le sele#t the area) 3li#$ %& > . FC for the direction of the force. $nter <(.odal +olu > !%F +olution > !ispla#ement 1e#tor sum > !eformed shape only > %& Animation' Utility Menu > Plot3trls > Animate > !eformed ?esults Select the !F sol"tion > U+UM > %& ################ . (I>) General Post prop' Plot ?esults > 3ontour Plot > .. #he +ol1e 3urrent /oad +tep window will appear. Select: +ol1e > 3urrent /+. !efine /oads > Apply> +tru#tural > For#e*Moment> %n nodes > (3enter Point #li#$ > %& > Pic.. in the For#e*moment val"e field which will apply > %& (=) +ol1e' #he next step is to solve the c"rrent load step that has -een created.