Towards 3D Charactersation of Cylinder Liner Surfaces
Paper in proceeding, 2008

Cylinder liner surface has a direct impact on the oil consumption and frictional losses in the internal combustion engines which are in common interest to be as lower as possible. Thus, the optimisation of the liner surface, its function and manufacture is often on the agenda of the automotive industry. Since the liner surface finish is a subject of improving, there is a need of improving and facilitating of its 3D characterisation preliminary when the parameter control limits are unknown, as well as later when it is experimentally verified and the limits are better determined. For that purpose a method for quality control in 3D of cylinder liners is proposed here. A tool was developed and implemented for rating of cylinder liner surfaces, computing of 3D groove parameters (groove width, height and distance between grooves) and determination of a needed number of measurements.


Zlate Dimkovski

Cecilia Anderberg

Fredrik Strömstedt

Robert Ohlsson

Bengt-Göran Rosen

Proceedings of the XII international colloquium on surfaces

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Manufacturing, Surface and Joining Technology

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