The relative movement between the cylinder block and the piston may cause a seizure, and this seizure problem can be solved by pressing the bushing into the cylinder block. However, if the rates of shrink fit are insufficient, the copper bushing will be detached from the cylinder block, and if the rates of shrink fit are excessive, a residual stress higher than yield stress will be generated and adversely affect the durability of bushing and the cylinder block. Therefore, in this study, a clear and quantitative rate of shrink fit is presented to solve the above-mentioned problems, and the durability assessment process of mechanical parts where residual stress occurs is performed. Through this study, analytical technique that can predict the residual stress clearly according to the rates of shrink fit was obtained and durability assessment was completed based on the quantitative residual stress according to the rates of shrink fit.
Part of the book: New Challenges in Residual Stress Measurements and Evaluation