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ENGINE LUBRICATION

Combustion engine lubrication: oil and water involved in the same temperature stakes

 

In matters of taking into account combustion engine running temperatures, oil and water are not as separate as all that. Although these two fluids flow in separate circuits, they are closely linked. ARIAMIS uses their union to create the best thermal optimisation for each vehicle model you ask it to work on.

 

Engine oil must be able to quickly reach an optimum running temperature and be capable of maintaining it. The engine’s consumption, performances and service life depend on it. Amongst the purposes of lubrication, the ARIAMIS thermal engineers can help you to make the difference in the part covering the dissipation of the heat from the combustion. To do this, they take into account the oil and water circuits based on an obvious principle that these two systems interact by exchanging calories. Currently they can propose a new tool that covers all these thermal flows.

 

 

Whatever the engine oil, its properties are only optimal in a defined temperature range. This is exactly where ARIAMIS comes in.

 

 

 

ARIAMIS will develop a new tool that will be used to characterise the thermal flows for oil and water in order to have a better upstream subsystem sizing design.

 

 

SOFTWARE CAPABLE OF INTERACTING WITH THERMAL FLOWS

Developed based on GT Suite, 0D/1D simulation software, this tool will be used to take into account all engine water/oil thermal flows to accurately calculate gains in performance and consumption savings whenever a new architecture is defined or an engine component is modified. Interacting with all the combustion-related thermal flows, this software offers manufacturers new lubrication function perspectives to more advanced upstream sizing design for all subsystems.

 

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