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The Analysis optimization using WAVE Cycle Analysis and an iSight Optimization Framework, The methodology was applied to analyze the power output of a Harley-Davidson Spark-ignition V-Twin engine as a function of fifteen complex design parameters (15 controllable factors.) The framework of the optimization entailed using a three-step optimization plan: 1. Design of Experiments technique (Latin Hypercubes) (1) to screen the design space, and estimate the optimal design. The methodology described above enables optimization early in the engine design phases and minimizes the needs for expensive and time consuming hardware testing (Rapid Prototyping), thus reducing analysis as well as product development cycle time. Insofar as the engine performance analysis is concerned,the engine processes can be described accurately using thermodynamic cycles. Other advanced engine computational models can be integrated in a complete engine cycle simulation to predict the performance of an engine provided that appropriate data about the engine geometry, as well as more general cycle operation aspects are provided. Three-step Optimization Methodology OBJECTIVE AND SCOPE OF THE OPTIMIZATION. The optimization work covered in this paper is pertinent to the performance of a Harley-Davidson Spark-ignition V-Twin engine used mainly in automotive applications such as motorcycles. Cause-and-effect Diagram for 15 Control Factors Resulting from Brainstorming Sessions.
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