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Applying CAE technology to the medium-speed four-stroke engine development methodology at Niigata

  • Toshiyuki SaitoEmail author
  • Satoru Goto
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Zusammenfassung

In recent years, applying Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) technologies have become common in the engine development. Especially in recent engine development, it is necessary to utilize these technologies for achieving sophisticated design owing to meet enhanced environmental regulation and keen competition at the market. Niigata Power Systems has been developed and provides light-weight and compact modern reciprocating engine based on applying CAE technologies for whole engine development term.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Niigata Power Systems Co. LTDOhta-CityJapan

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