Analysis of 3516 B Engine Damage on a 793 C Truck Based on Oil Using Laboratory Test Schedule Oil Sampling (SOS) Wear Data with Failure Mode Effect Analysis Method (FMEA)

Nazha Ali Christy, Hadi Pranoto, Irgi Ahmad Faturrahman

DOI: https://doi.org/10.37869/ijatec.v3i2.63

Article Viewers

Abstract viewed: 49 times
PDF viewed: 15 times

Abstract


Engine failure is difficult to predict, especially related to the age of engine components. Analysis of engine failure can be done based on the oil seen from the trend of wear rates, predicting the possibility of components that are damaged in the engine. The method used is a combination of oil analysis in order to determine the component that is damaged and determine the age of the component based on the trend of the element value with the Component Meter Unit (CMU) and implement the Failure Mode and Effect Analysis ( FMEA) method to support the analysis by looking at the value of the Risk Priority Number (RPN). The result of this analysis is that there is slightly above normal wear on the Cu and Pb elements, where in the last sample the values for Cu 3 and Pb 5 are Particle Per Meter (PPM). CMU predictions are also generated before passing the threshold of the wear limit based on the value of each element. Fe at 17931 hours, Cu at 25963 hours, Pb at 14417 hours and Al at 16927 hours. Wear is indicated from the FMEA analysis, there are 3 with the highest RPN, namely cutting filter result with RPN 280, noise with RPN 175 and scratch with RPN 160. From these Cu and Pb elements it can be determined which components are the source of damage, namely rocker arm bushings, wrist pin bushings, governor drive and bushings, timing gear thrust bearings, turbocharger bearings, camshaft lifter roller pins, air compressor bearings, rear cluster gear bearings and main and rod bearings. From this research, new research data can be developed, namely if there are additional parameters such as oil viscosity value.


Keywords


Schedule Oil Sampling, Lubrication System, Diesel Engine, FMEA

Full Text:

PDF

References

References:

Trakindo Utama, P. (n.d.). SOS Laboratorium Trakindo Utama

Caterpillar Inc. (2013). Intermediate Engine System. Student Ha. Melbourne

Andiyanto, S., Sutrisno, A., & Punuhsingon, C. (n.d.). Penerapan Metode FMEA (Failure Mode and Effect Analysis) untuk Kuantifikasi dan Pencegahan Resiko Akibat Terjadinya Lean Waste. 6

Caterpillar. (2002). Machine Profiles 793. Caterpillar Inc

Yosani, C. (2006). Teknik Analisis Kuantitatif. Makalah Teknik Analisis II

McDermott, R. (2009). The Basics of FMEA edition 2. CRC Press


Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.

Share This Article



Copyright (c) 2022 Nazha Ali Christy


IJATEC is indexed by the following abstracting and indexing services:


International Journal of Advanced Technology in Mechanical, Mechatronics and Material (IJATEC)
Institute for Research on Innovation and Industrial System (IRIS)
Jl.Raya Mustika Jaya No 88, Mustika Jaya, Bekasi Kota - 17158
Telp./Fax: +62 815-7499-5509
p-ISSN: 2720-8990
e-ISSN: 2720-9008
www.ijatec.com/index.php/ijatmmm



This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.