DETERMINING THE INFLUENCE OF VIBRO-ENERGY OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE ON CAR SUPPORTS AND FRAME
- 1 AkakiTsereteli state University, Kutaisi, Georgia
When the internal combustion engine operates there are arising forces acting on the supporting elements, and by both value and sign they represent variable forces. They vary depending on time, depend significantly on load conditions of engine and are characterized by different vibro-frequency energies. These energies are unevenly distributed due to fact that the engine design comprises the elements having inertial, flexural and dissipative properties, frequency characteristics of which often vary within a wide range. The paper describes the method for determining frequency characteristic of vibro-energy transferred to the frame by introducing the vibro-energy transfer coefficient, which allows for determining frequency characteristics of vibro-energy transferred to the frame, on the basis of which, in turn, it becomes possible to determine efficiency of bearing shoes.