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Volume 37, 2021International Scientific-Practical Conference “Agriculture and Food Security: Technology, Innovation, Markets, Human Resources” (FIES 2021)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||27 October 2021|
Estimation of Design Parameters of the Crank-Connecting Rod Mechanism of Engines for Mobile Agricultural Machines
Kazan State Agrarian University, Kazan, Russia
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An accurate choice of the design model of the crank-connecting rod mechanism of piston internal combustion engines affects the accuracy of the calculation results and their complexity. At present, most of scientists and technicians choose a two-mass design model to analyze the operation of the crankconnecting rod mechanism. The model considers only the rotational and reciprocating movements of two masses, which are connected by a rigid weightless rod. This model significantly simplifies the calculations, neglects the elastic deformations of the parts of the crank-connecting rod mechanism, and eliminates the need for compiling the equations of dynamics in partial derivatives. However, the model has a number of drawbacks. The calculation results obtained using the two-mass model exhibit significant errors, which mainly depend on the design features of the connecting rod assembly. The paper discusses multi-mass design models, where the connecting rod assembly can comprise several lumped masses located along its length. In this case, the plane-parallel motion of these masses is added. The masses have weightless and absolutely rigid bonds. Forces and moments acting on the piston assembly and the crank are calculated according to the equations compiled. Comparison of the calculation results with the results obtained for a two-mass model can be used to determine errors and choose a design model that provides the required accuracy. The considered design model is of interest to engineers and technicians engaged in the design and calculation of the crank-connecting rod mechanism of piston internal combustion engines.
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