|Oct28-12, 02:01 PM||#1|
To calculate the peak gas forces
I am fresh, I have a problem about my calculate. I know Peak gas force=pressure*Bore Area
however how to calculate pressure. I knew diesel car max cylinder pressure is 180 Bar, but I do not gasoline car max cylinder pressure.
Could you help me solve this problem?
|Oct29-12, 04:50 AM||#2|
Far too general a question. There is so many variables to consider. How do you 'know' that diesel max cylinder pressure is 180bar?
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