Thermal Barrier Coatings for Low Emission, High Efficiency Diesel Engine Applications

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Thermal efficiencies of 54% have been demonstrated by single cylinder engine testing of advanced diesel engine concepts developed under Department of Energy funding. In order for these concept engines to be commercially viable, cost effective and durable systems for insulating the piston, head, ports and exhaust manifolds will be required. The application and development of new materials such as thick thermal barrier coating systems will be key to insulating these components. Development of test methods to rapidly evaluate the durability of coating systems without expensive engine testing is a major objective of current work. In addition, a novel, low cost ... continued below

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Beardsley, M. B.; Happoldt, P. G.; Kelley, K.C.; Rejda, E. F. & Socie, D. F. April 26, 1999.

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Thermal efficiencies of 54% have been demonstrated by single cylinder engine testing of advanced diesel engine concepts developed under Department of Energy funding. In order for these concept engines to be commercially viable, cost effective and durable systems for insulating the piston, head, ports and exhaust manifolds will be required. The application and development of new materials such as thick thermal barrier coating systems will be key to insulating these components. Development of test methods to rapidly evaluate the durability of coating systems without expensive engine testing is a major objective of current work. In addition, a novel, low cost method for producing thermal barrier coated pistons without final machining of the coating has been developed.

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  • Government/Industry Meeting, Washington, DC (US), 04/26/1999--04/28/1999; Other Information: Supercedes report DE00771103; PBD: 26 Apr 1999

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Beardsley, M. B.; Happoldt, P. G.; Kelley, K.C.; Rejda, E. F. & Socie, D. F. Thermal Barrier Coatings for Low Emission, High Efficiency Diesel Engine Applications, article, April 26, 1999; (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc723040/: accessed November 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.