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Improvement of Engine Stall by Load Increment on Tracked Armored Vehicles
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Improvement of Engine Stall by Load Increment on Tracked Armored Vehicles
Moon, Tae-Sang; Kim, Kyungro; Lee, Yuki; Kang, Taewoo; Kim, Jaekyu; Kim, Seongil; Park, Bongsik;
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Currently, there are many kinds of tracked armored vehicles in service and they have encountered various environment and situations. So there are many obstacles to operate them improperly such as an engine stall. The causes of engine stall are an insufficient fueling, a mixture of air-fuel or vapor lock, and load increment which results from a rapid steering or increasing a viscosity of lubricant by low temperature. In this paper, engine stall by load increment due to a rapid steering or increasing of lubricant viscosity on tracked armored vehicles is analyzed, the ways to prevent it are applied, and their degrees of improvement are evaluated.
Engine stall;Load increment;Tracked Armored Vehicles;Engine Idle RPM;Cut in RPM;
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