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A Study of the Prediction of the Temperature Reduction of Tire Sidewalls According to the Shape of the Cooling Fins
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A Study of the Prediction of the Temperature Reduction of Tire Sidewalls According to the Shape of the Cooling Fins
Park, Jae Hyen; Jung, Sung Pil; Chung, Won Sun; Chun, Chul Kyun;
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The friction and deformation of a tire causes heat generation, which causes a temperature rise of the tire. This temperature rise can be a source of tire damage. The object of this study is to investigate the cooling effect of the application of a fin to the tire side to suppress the temperature rise. Eight different fin shapes were considered, and the sidewall surface temperature reduction owing to the cooling fin shape was numerically analyzed. In addition, the flow characteristics and heat transfer characteristics of the vortex of the pin rear were compared.
Tire;Sidewall;Cooling Fin;Finite Volume Method;Thermal Analysis;Turbulent Flow;
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