THE FACTORS AFFECTING NON-LINEAR DYNAMICS OF A SPECIAL CENTRIFUGAL ADJUSTER
The special centrifugal adjuster regulating the compression ratio of the variable compression engine  is a epicycle cog-wheel mechanism as demonstrated [2,3,4,5,6]. The mechanism that is actuated by centrifugal force creates relative angle shift of shafts depending on revolutions per minute (RPM). The adjuster also provides damping of vibration. The kinetical and potential energy equation has been defined by using geometrical and analytical method and consequently motion equation has been defined in accordance with II type of Lagrange equation. The differential motion equation of the adjuster has then been solved by using the finite difference method . Consequently factors affecting dynamics of the special centrifugal adjuster have been investigated and the related graphs have been plotted.
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