New Trends in Automotive Engines

  • Emission regulation compliance.
    • Reduction in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
    • EGR
    • After treatment systems.
  • Engine downsizing
    • More power from smaller engines.
  • Flat torque curve for almost 70% of engine speed.
  • Cylinder cutoff or deactivation.
    • Cylinder fuel cut off at partial load or idle condition.
  • Reducing number of cylinders.
  • Engine over speeding conditions.
  • Low Density
  • Better heat transfer coefficient than casting
  • Mechanical properties at par with S.G. Iron
  • Reduction in wastage in the manufacturing process



Advance Material

  • High Heat stability upto 200°C.
  • Higher tear resistance.
  • Excellent resistance to oil, coolant, fuels and hydrocarbons.
  • Better damping properties.
  • High elasticity.
  • Lower compression set.
    Advance Material 1

Fin Design

  • Fins are passive heat exchangers.
  • Better convective heat transfer coefficient.
  • Better conductive heat transfer coefficient.
  • Higher under hood and operating temperatures.
  • Airflow direction.
  • As cast fins on damper housing.

Advance Damping Material

  • Change in viscosity is lower at higher shear rate.
  • High Heat stability upto 140°C.
  • High Shear Stability.
  • Retaining damper functionality over lifetime.
Advance Damping Material 1
  • Rapid change in rheological characteristics.
  • High damping can be achieved in lower envelope size
  • High heat stability
  • Limitations
Advance Damping Material 2