Study of the variation of deformation, stresses and temperature changes of piston with the use of different coats of ceramic material in ANSYS Software


Ajay Yadav, M.Tech.(CAD CAM) Scholar, Prashant Kumar Srivastava, Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering department, Ambalika Institute of Management & Technology Lucknow, India.


The current trend in I.C engine development is to construct smaller engines with mutually higher specific capability outputs to approach the demands of both lower emission and customer satisfaction. In the internally combustible engine, there are lot many reciprocating moving parts in which give motion to the engine. Piston a component of the engine that resists normal forces at the combustion period inner portion of the engine cylinder. Many times they are built by cast iron to bears the normal forces of gases. transmit power by connecting the rod to the crankshaft. Now a day these build with aluminum alloy to for maintaining it lightweight. piston outstrip portion should be maintained load, a suggestion to overlap it by coating materials to make it such strong to resist the thermal load. Piston build by of aluminum alloy overlapped by a ceramic particle (Y2O3ZrO2) that bound by advanced substance (NiCrAl) is structured with the device to get the dimension of the piston which formulate in ANSYS Workbench 15.0.7. The pressure of the 5 N/mm2 implemented on the top surface. Equal pressure gets at same on both overlapped and uncoated piston and thermal observation of coated and uncoated piston carried. behavior as equal stresses, temperature change, and whole deformation in pressure and convective load is to be considered with the change in the coating layer of material of ceramic. The result is ceramic due to coating it can be sustained evaluate temperature load and is unresponsive towards the load of the structure.