Zynerji wrote: ↑
Sat Mar 13, 2021 7:24 pm
godlameroso wrote: ↑
Sat Mar 13, 2021 6:50 pm
Inconsistent ERS operation, and snappy off throttle?
off-throttle shift problem sounds like low hydraulic line pressure from the pump as the revs drop...
Say you have a check valve that depends on a certain oil pressure, how do you increase oil pressure in the unit without affecting oil pressure else where?
Say for example a hydraulic tensioner that has a pressure regulating valve that functions as a damper, and the problem with this unit is that it doesn't supply enough hydraulic pressure at low revs because elsewhere in the system there is a pressure loss. This piece bolts on externally, then what can you do if spring tension and internal materials cannot be changed?
Answer? In this particular case, you simply increase oil feed size, and machine component so that it sits closer. This has two benefits.
1.) Oil volume is increased thus internal pressure is increased. As pressure is a measure of volume and flow, by increasing oil feed, oil outlet stays the same, thus internal pressure increases.
2.) Machining component so it sits closer means the hydraulic component travels a lower distance, thus lowering hydraulic pressure requirement.
Combination of above points means components can remain as they are with minimum modification to original function, installation, or use.
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