3d Modeling and Detailing of Silumin Piston With Static Analysis

Kammila V Prudhvi Raj Kiran, Sanmala Rajasekhar, A.V. Sridhar, J.Harinarayana Rao


Piston is the part of engine which converts heat and pressure energy liberated by fuel combustion into mechanical works. Engine piston is the most complex component among the automotives. Weight reduction has been gaining importance in automobile field because reducing in weight decreases load on the engine and thus increasing efficiency of the engine. As we all Know that Piston is made of Aluminum Alloy Such that its weight is less. The automobile industry has shown increased interest in replacing the Piston with the material having high strength to weight ratio.


Therefore the objective of this project is to present a general study on the performance comparison of composite Piston and Aluminum Alloy Piston. Dimensions and specifications used in modeling are collected from the actual Piston of Hero-Honda Splendor Bike. The Piston is modeling in solid Works.


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