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Master thesis: Modelling and simulation of dynamic behavior of hydraulic elements

Dienstort Österreich, Home-Office Unternehmen AVL List GmbH
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Beschäftigungsart Ferialjob/Praktika Position Praktikum Gehaltsangabe 2.500,00 € /brutto Jetzt bewerben


AVL is the world's largest independent company for development of powertrains (combustion engines, hybrid systems, electric drive) as well as simulation and test systems for passenger cars, trucks and marine engines.

We offer a master thesis:

Modelling and simulation of dynamic behavior of hydraulic elements (e.g. chain tensioner) in combustion engine application

Hydraulic elements play a major role in modern engine timing drives (e.g. hydraulic valve lash adjustment & hydraulic chain tensioner) and can strongly influence the system dynamics. Therefore an accurate model of this elements is essential for the correct prediction of the timing drive behavior in dynamic simulations.

Within this work we offer an insight into the dynamic simulation of modern engines. The goal of the work is to improve the predictability of the dynamic behavior of hydraulic elements. Therefore existing simulation models shall be validated with data from measurements. Based on this, a model adaption/development will lead to improved predictability of the dynamic behavior of this elements.

Task:

  • Literature study
  • Check of existing models by comparison with measured data
  • Parameter/sensitivity studies
  • Investigations on deviations (measurement-simulation)
  • Model adjustment

Study:

  • Field(s) of study: mechanical engineering, technical physics or similar

Requirements:

  • Good understanding of dynamics of mechanical systems
  • Language: English or German

Remuneration: The successful completion of the thesis is a one-time fee of EUR 2.500, - gross remuneration

Contact:

DI Markus Grinschgl
Analysis Engineer
Tel.: +43 316 787 8216
markus.grinschgl@avl.com
www.avl.com/master-and-phd-thesis

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