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The research into the disaxial cam mechanism for diesel fuel – injection pump

    Evgeny Tausenev Affiliation
    ; Andrew Svistula Affiliation

Abstract

A cam mechanism is named disaxial due to the offset of a plunger axis concerning the axis of a camshaft. The named offset allows to reduce the maximal angle of pressure. There is decrease of contact pressure in a pair of a cam and a roller and the pressure upon the side face of a guide sleeve. Theoretical researches into the influence of the offset and other elements of a cam mechanism on the specified pressure and kinematics of a plunger are resulted. Examples of practical realization of disaxial designs are shown. The results of comparative tests of fuel‐injection pumps with disaxial and without disaxial are shown.


First Published Online: 27 Oct 2010

Keyword : diesel engine, fuel‐injection pump, a disaxial cam mechanism, angle of pressure, contact pressure in a pair a cam ‐ a roller, pressure upon the side face of a guide sleeve

How to Cite
Tausenev, E., & Svistula, A. (2005). The research into the disaxial cam mechanism for diesel fuel – injection pump. Transport, 20(6), 225-231. https://doi.org/10.3846/16484142.2005.9638024
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