RANCANG BANGUN TRAINER SISTEM PENGAPIAN ENGINE STAND DAIHATSU MENGGUNAKAN SISTEM ECU

RANCANG BANGUN TRAINER SISTEM PENGAPIAN ENGINE STAND DAIHATSU MENGGUNAKAN SISTEM ECU

  • Aufa Dandy Sukma Mechanical Engineering UNESA
  • A Grummy W Teknik Mesin, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Abstract

Automotive Electricity courses in D3 Study Program, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, State University of Surabaya in the learning process using the Engine Stand Ignition System Trainer which functions to help and facilitate students to learn an ignition system on an engine. Learning ignition system practice using Trainer Engine Stand media. Based on learning experiences and field surveys at the Automotive Electrical Laboratory at D3 Mechanical Engineering Study Program, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Surabaya State University, can display the learning process still using the Trainer Engine Stand media with old machine technology, which still uses ignition systems and material systems conventional burn. So that it is considered insufficient to increase knowledge about technological developments that have been widely applied in every car manufacturer. For example, the ignition system and fuel supply that already use the ECU (Electronic Control Unit) system. The purpose of this final project is to create a new Trainer Engine Stand with an engine that uses ECU (Electronic Control Unit) technology as it is commonly used by car manufacturers today. This design is carried out in the Automotive Electrical Laboratory of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, State University of Surabaya, the processing time is 4 months, using experimental methods and the process includes: 1) determining the machine used, 2) designing the frame, 3) determining the selected frame material, 4) carry out frame work, 5) trial & error trials, 6) use of tools. Where in this trial there are several results, namely: 1) At engine speed of 1000 RPM = 5 ° before TDC, 2) At 2000 RPM = 10 ° before TDC, and 3) At 3000 RPM = 19 ° before TDC. For 1000 RPM engine speed, it can be said that the ignition system is in poor condition because there is a value for the engine speed with a standard value, where the standard value at engine speed of 750 - 800 RPM has reached 5 ° before TMA.

Keywords: Trainer Engine Stand, Ignition system Daihatsu, ECU

Published
2020-11-27
Section
Articles