From asperity to fuel economy – a digital friction study

From asperity to fuel economy – a digital friction study

John Bucknall, Senior Engineer, BP Applied Sciences, BP Lubricants Ltd.
Virtual Simulation Event 2022

James Bucknall presents how the Ricardo Software toolset can be used to simulate all the key lubricated contacts in a passenger car engine to generate a full frictional perfomance (FMEP) map across speed, load and temperature. He then demonstrates that by building advanced specific lubricant characterizations these same tools can be used to facilitate the differentiation of lubricants in terms of drive cycle fuel economy.

This presentation was not recorded, at the request of BP.

Realis Simulation formerly Ricardo Software.

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