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, Volume 9, Issue 3, pp 38–42 | Cite as

Layout of Highly Stressed Injection and Motor Components

  • Jochen Heizmann
  • Hans-Willi Raedt
  • Patrice Lasne
  • Helmut Dannbauer
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Hydraulic autofrettage as a means of increasing fatigue life of components charged with internal high-pressure (for example common rails for Diesel-injection systems) is establishing itself progressively in the field of off-highway engines. During computational layout of this process step, consideration of anisotropic material behaviour is of primary importance. So far, local quite possibly directional component-strength (such as due to prior autofrettage) has not been taken into account among standards to evaluation of durability for forged components. In the context of a joint development project this gap has been closed by Hirschvogel Automotive Group, Engineering Center Steyr and Transvalor.

Principle of Hydraulic Autofrettage

Injection pressures beyond 2000 bar contribute significantly to a more efficient exploitation of fuel in prospective engines. The so-called autofrettage method ensures, that hydraulic tubes and pipes are able to withstand ever-increasing alternating loads [ 1]...

Keywords

Residual Stress Fatigue Life Ultimate Tensile Strength Compressive Residual Stress Common Rail 
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Notes

Thanks

The authors would like to thank Dipl.-Ing. Axel Werkhausen, FEMFAT-Sales- and Support-Manager, and Dr.-Ing. Christian Gaier, Team-Manager of the FFEMFAT Development Department, both at Engineering Center Steyr GmbH & Co. KG in St. Valentin (Austria), as well as Dipl.-Ing. Olivier Krafft, Sales Engineer Northern Europe at Transvalor S.A. in Mougins Cedex (France) and Dipl.-Ing. Angela Kotte, Development Engineer for Material & Technology in the Advanced Engineering Department at Hirschvogel Automotive Group in Denklingen (Germany), for their contribution during the implementation of the development project.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jochen Heizmann
    • 1
  • Hans-Willi Raedt
    • 1
  • Patrice Lasne
    • 2
  • Helmut Dannbauer
    • 3
  1. 1.Hirschvogel Automotive GroupDenklingenGermany
  2. 2.Development of Transvalor S.A.MouginsFrance
  3. 3.Engineering Center Steyr GmbH & Co. KGSt. ValentinAustria

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