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Оригинал (Original)
Автори: Николов, Н. Д.
Заглавие: Тенденции в усъвършенстването на газоразпределителните механизми на двигателите с вътрешно горене
Ключови думи: Variable valve timing, Variable valve lift, Electromechanical valve train

Абстракт: This paper is trying to analyze the development of the valve trains. The main attention is on the decisions, which have application in the up-to-date serial production of engines. The focus is on constructions, that allays variable valve timing and variable valve lift, and on electromechanical valve trains.

Библиография

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Издание
Трудове на научната сесия на Русенски университет “Ангел Кънчев” “РУ’2003”, том 40, брой 8, стр. стр. 25-29, 2003, България, Русе

Autors: Nikolov, N. D.
Title: Purposes in development of valve trains on internal combustion engines
Keywords: Variable valve timing, Variable valve lift, Electromechanical valve train

Abstract: This paper is trying to analyze the development of the valve trains. The main attention is on the decisions, which have application in the up-to-date serial production of engines. The focus is on constructions, that allays variable valve timing and variable valve lift, and on electromechanical valve trains.

References

  1. Автостроение за рубежом, Электронная система управления клапанами EVA. № 9/2000, стр. 14-16.
  2. Автостроение за рубежом, Новые разработки компании BMW, № 11/2001, стр. 8-11.
  3. Автостроение за рубежом, Техника нового столетие в амтомобилестроении, № 10/2001, стр. 16-21.
  4. Automotive Engineering International Online: Tech Briefs. January 2002.
  5. Brown S. F., Closing In On the Camless Engine. www.babcox.com, 2001.
  6. Heinrich R., Camless engine is gaining momentum, stable operation at full load and maximum speed, precision valve control assures soft landing. Siemens Automotive, 2001.
  7. Kramer M., Variable Cam Technologies. http://ubermensch.org/.
  8. Pierik R.J., Burkhard J.F., Design and Development of a Mechanical Variable Valve Actuation System. SAE Technical Paper Series 2000-01-1221.
  9. Flierl R., Der neue BMW Vierzylinder – Ottomotor mit VAVETRONIC. MTZ № 6/2001, p. 450-463.
  10. Knecht A., Stephan W., Hannibal W., “VaneCAM” – Nockenwellenversteller der dritten Generation. MTZ № 4/2002, p. 270-279.
  11. Salber W., Kemper H., Staay F., Esch T., Der electromechanische Ventiltrieb – Systembaustein für zucün-ftige Antriebskonzepte. MTZ № 1/2001, p. 44-55.

Issue
RU'2003, vol. 40, issue 8, pp. 25-29, 2003, Bulgaria, Ruse

Вид: публикация в национален форум с межд. уч., публикация в реферирано издание

Въведена от: доц. д-р Николай Димитров Николов