RING PACK PISTON MODELING
About the CASE Analysis System
The CASE (Cylinder Kit Analysis System for Engines) Analysis System is a computer model which formalizes a structured approach for the analysis and design of pistons, rings, and other cylinder components. It is composed of a library of individual programs which provide results that are useful in designing a cylinder kit component or evaluating the performance of a particular cylinder kit configuration.
CASE has a twofold purpose. First, a number of programs have been developed for analysis and design purposes. Extensive documentation is provided and includes source code listings of all programs. Second, the structured approach allows researchers to develop new programs as new technologies become available. Many of the subroutines in the system can be incorporated in a new program thus allowing researchers/programmers to concentrate their efforts on their specific contribution. In addition, the standardization of input, output and documentation procedures should encourage usage of new developments in the public domain.
The User's Manual is designed to provide users with information on input data for the various CASE system programs. The CASE Analysis System is supported on two operating systems: DOS and UNIX. The manual can be directly accessed from this site.
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