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Applications – Power train – Engine blocks

Grey cast iron and aluminium HPDC engine blocks . The use of aluminium for engine applications requires an effective system approach covering all the main components: the engine block, the cylinder head, the pistons and, if applicable, also the cylinder liners. With respect to the engine block, it is essential to adapt its design,

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Compacted Graphite Iron for Diesel Engine Cylinder Blocks

• Audi: manufactures 2,8 million engines per year; 85% cast iron and 15% aluminum alloys engine blocks. The forecast according to this company is that direct injection diesel engines will be made from gray iron, and in near future, from CGI. For gasoline engines, with 20 bar average pressures, the engine blocks should be made from gray iron.

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ANALYSIS OF ENGINE CYLINDER LINERS

engine blocks have been shifting from cast iron to aluminum alloys. However, as the sliding surface for the inner cylinder, the direct sliding motion of aluminum ... fitted into the engine cylinder block so for this reason we had taken the outer surface of the liners are fixed. ... or grey cast iron, is a type of cast iron …

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EP1606427B1

The invention provides a grey cast iron alloy for producing cylinder block and/or cylinder head castings, comprising iron, carbon, silicon, manganese, phosphorus, sulphur, tin, copper, chromium, molybdenum and nitrogen. The nitrogene content of the alloy is in the range of 0.0095-0.0160 %.

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US7419554B2

A grey cast iron alloy for producing cylinder block and/or cylinder head castings including iron, carbon, silicon, manganese, phosphorus, sulphur, tin, copper, chromium, molybdenum and nitrogen. The nitrogen content of the alloy is in the range of 0.0095-0.016 percent.

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Reconditioning of Aluminium Engine Blocks

the substitution of aluminium for grey cast iron in passenger car engine blocks will continue in the future with greater impetus. The developments in the fi eld

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Bonhams : 1972 FERRARI DINO 246 GT Chassis no. 03314

A 2.4-liter version on a longer wheelbase - the 246GT - replaced the Dino 206 in late 1969. The body was now steel and the cylinder block cast-iron rather than aluminum, but the bigger engine''s increased power - 195bhp at 7,500rpm - was adequate compensation for the weight gain. A Targa-top version, the 246GTS, followed in 1972.

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Engine block report

View Lab Report - Engine block report.pdf from ENGINEERIN 48621 at University of Technology Sydney. Project 1: Engine Block Name: Student ID# Table …

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Cylinder blocks | Car Construction

The cylinder block is a fixed, integral part of the crank mechanism (hereinafter referred to as KM), which combines the engine cylinders is made by casting from cast iron. Sometimes the cylinder block is cast from cast aluminum as well as magnesium alloys. In the cylinder block, the crankshaft is mounted on special supporting surfaces. The upper part of the cylinder block is closed by the ...

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4 engine block

 · Engine Block or Cylinder Block • Cylinder block is made from grey cast iron or Aluminium Alloys. • The cylinder liner is manufactured from cast iron alloyed with chromium, vanadium and molybdenum. • Cast iron contains graphite, which assists lubrication, whereas the alloying elements help resists corrosion as well as improve wear ...

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Mechanical and Microstructural Characterisation of ...

Table 2: Vickers hardness measurements of grey cast iron and spray formed Al-Si alloys used as cylinder liners. Material Grey cast iron [9] Al-Si-1 [9] Al-Si-2 HV 0.1 283 ± 43 99 ± 6 119 ± 10 - Roughness testing Tables 4 and 5 present the roughness values for the cylinder liners evaluated. Since the grey cast iron cylinder liner was received ...

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Advantages of cast iron

While cast iron includes grey cast iron, ductile cast iron and malleable cast iron, cast steel includes alloy steel and carbon steel casting. Iron casts have carbon content of more than 2 percent. On the other hand, steel casting products less than 2 percent carbon content. The chemical properties of cast iron and cast steel do not vary largely.

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Cylinder Block in Automobile Engine

 · Engine blocks manufacturers often use grey cast iron for its production. Nickel and chromium are sometimes added to increase their properties. In order to obtain a less weight component and performance improvement, aluminium is used. but, the aluminium blocks use cast-iron or steel sleeves on cylinders.

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Evaluation High Temperature Cast Aluminum Cylinder …

Cast aluminum alloys have been increasingly used in the automotive industry to replace cast iron in applications such as engine blocks and cylinder heads to reduce mass. With increasing demand for fuel economy, high temperature properties including tensile, creep, and fatigue strength of the cast aluminum alloys become critical. Over the past ...

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Cast Iron

Cast Iron. Cast iron is made from re-melting pig iron, usually with some quantities of scrap iron, scrap steel and some alloys, such as Cr, Ni, Mo and Cu according to the different requirements. Depending on the specific application, iron foundries reduce the carbon and silicon content to the desired levels from 2 to 3.5% and 1 to 3% respectively.

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Gray iron

Gray iron, or grey cast iron, is a type of cast iron that has a graphitic microstructure. It is named after the gray color of the fracture it forms, which is due to the presence of graphite. It is the most common cast iron and the most widely used cast material based on weight. It is used for housings where the stiffness of the component is more important than its tensile strength, such as ...

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Design and Function

Engine Mechanics Cylinder Block The EA288 cylinder block is grey cast iron, an alloy of cast iron and flake graphite. The cylinder block has deep screw threads for long cylinder head bolts. This distributes combustion forces through the cylinder-block structure, applying equal pressure distribution on the cylinder head gasket.

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Engine Block Report.pdf

There are two main types of engine blocks the aluminium engine and the cast iron engine. These engine blocks have their advantages and disadvantages, where the grey cast iron has less cost due to the availability of the material. However, the cast iron engine block is heavier in comparison to the aluminium alloy engine block. On the other hand, the

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1955 Ferrari 410 Superamerica | conceptcarz

A Colombo engine provided the muscle for the GT version. It featured a 60-degree, single-overhead-cam, ''vee'' type 12-cylinder, with aluminum alloy block and heads and cast-iron cylinder liners. The power produced by this engine was in the 220-260 hp range.

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Heat Treatment of Grey Irons | Cast Irons | Metallurgy

For example, diesel engine cylinder block (3.25% C. 2.20% Si, 0.30% Cr) is stress-relieved at 620°C for 2 hours to be further furnace cooled to 370°C. Higher-strength grey irons require higher-stress- relieving temperatures. However, there is a limitation to use higher temperatures.

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Applications – Power train – Cylinder heads

Depending on the engine type, the introduction of an aluminium cylinder block results in a weight reduction of 10 to 20 kg (i.e. at least 50%). But even if the engine block is cast iron, the cylinder head is normally made of aluminium as it allows a more rapid extraction of the combustion heat compared to grey iron.

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Main Components of IC Engines and IC Engine

• The cylinder block houses crank, camshaft, piston and other engine parts. • In water cooled engines, the cylinder block is provided with water j ackets for the circulating cooling water. • The materials used for cylinder are grey cast iron, aluminium alloys etc.,

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Yorkshire Ferret: July 2016

 · The cylinder bores were induction hardened and, in order to reduce wear of the cylinder bores, an alloy of grey-cast iron and chromium was used as the material for the cylinder blocks. Rid-shaped openings for the inflow of cool air were placed between the two barrels and between the housing for the camshaft drive.

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Aluminium engine vs Cast Iron engine

 · Over the years the move has been made from all gray cast iron engines (with even cast iron pistons) (40HP / liter total cylinder capacity) to cast iron cylinder blocks with aluminum heads (50-60 HP/L, to all aluminum engines (cylinder block plus head) up to 80 HP/L (atmospherical engines) Nowadays there is an tendency to switch to nodular cast ...

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1970 Ferrari Dino 246 GT by Scaglietti | London 2018 | RM ...

 · The new Dino was built on a slightly longer wheelbase, employing steel for the bodyshell and cast iron for the engine block. Superficially, this may have appeared as a step backwards, however, the new 2.4-litre V-6 more than made up for the negligible extra weight the car now carried: 195 bhp at 7,600 rpm propelled the 246 GT to a whisker under 150 mph. Coupled to its ability to …

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What are the advantages of an aluminiun piston over a cast ...

The advantages of an aluminium piston over a castiron piston are: 1. Lighter - engine can be reved higher with less vibration and the aluminum piston has better tensile strength. 2. Conducts heat better. 3. Can be pressure diecast so more likely t...

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Why cylinder blocks are made of grey cast iron?

Gray iron presents several advantages for such application: * Gray iron can produce castings in complex geometries which is required for the modern cylinder blocks. * Very good machinability, bringing down production costs (at the end is all about...

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Guide to LS iron-block truck/SUV motors

 · It is an aluminium-block variant of the iron LM7 with flat-top pistons from the 4.8L LR4, a higher-lift cam, higher compression ratio and LS6 cylinder heads, making 310hp (235kW). The #799 cylinder heads are reportedly the same casting as the LS6 and LS2 #243 heads, minus hollow exhaust valves and high-performance valve springs.

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Mechanical Engineering.: Engine block manufacturing process

Grey cast iron is the first and most material used for manufacturing of engine blocks. Though the aluminum alloy also contain many similarities with low weight, it is still used in the manufacturing of diesel engine blocks because their internal stresses are higher.

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Determining the Mechanism of In-Service Cylinder ...

In recent years, stringent government legislation on vehicle fuel efficiency has pushed the automotive industry to replace steel and cast iron power train components with light weight Al alloys. However, unlike their ferrous-based equivalents, Al-Si alloy engine blocks are prone to permanent dimensional distortion in critical locations such as the cylinder bore regions.

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Automotive Mechanics: Cylinder blocks, assembly and ...

 · Cylinder blocks are made of cast iron or of aluminium alloy. Aluminium cylinder blocks are cast from aluminium alloyed with other materials. Cast iron cylinder blocks are usually cast from grey iron alloyed with other metals such as nickel or chromium. During manufacture, patterns that are the shape of the cylinder block are used to form a sand ...

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Casting Engine Blocks Automotive Manufacturing Processes ...

 · The manufacturing of cast engine blocks out of cast iron involves the consideration of what manufacturing process to use as well as a suitable alloy. The alloy chosen for our company is gray cast iron and the process of selecting this particular alloy will be discussed further in the next section.

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