ME 107B Cam Dynamics Laboratory Objectives

ME 107B Cam Dynamics Laboratory Objectives - ME 107B Cam...

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ME 107B Cam Dynamics Laboratory Weekly Objectives Fall 2009 GSI – Don Frederick This information is subject to change as progress may be advanced or slowed due to technical challenges and time constraints. Week 1 1. Become familiar with Lab components and the programs used to analyze the data from the engine. 2. Develop force-displacement curves for the standard spring, Ford spring, Crane Aftermarket Single Spring (C.A.S.S.), and Crane Aftermarket Dual Spring (C.A.D.S.). 3. Run the base spring starting at 1300 rpm and increase the rpm with increments of 200 rpm. At a certain rpm you will see “valve float”. The following weeks will be based on modifying the valve springs so this problem and future problems will not occur at the rpm documented during each lab. 4. Prepare for submission of the Planning Report Week 2 1. Measure the intake cam profile using degree wheel and dial indicator. 2.
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