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Hyundai Motor Develops World’s First Continuously Variable Valve Duration Technology

Hyundai Motor develops world’s first Continuously Variable Valve Duration technology. The development was uncovered at Hyundai Motor’s studio Goyang close by the Smartstream G1.6 T-GDi, which is the main motor to highlight the innovation. The valve control innovation directs the length of valve opening and shutting as indicated by driving conditions, accomplishing a 4 percent lift in execution and a 5 percent improvement in fuel efficiency.

Past factor valve control advancements couldn’t manage valve term, as the valve’s end timing was subordinate to opening planning and couldn’t react to various driving circumstances. CVVD takes the innovation toward another path by altering to what extent a valve is open.

Then again, when engine output is high, like when the vehicle is driving at a rapid, the admission valve is shut toward the start of the pressure stroke to expand the measure of air utilized for the blast, upgrading torque to improve quickening.

The primary motor to utilize the CVVD tech is the new Smartstream G1.6 T-GDi Engine. It’s a turbo petrol unit with 180 steeds on offer and a peak torque of 265 Nm. The powertrain additionally highlights Low-Pressure Exhaust Gas Recirculation (LP EGR) to further advance fuel efficiency.

Also, the new unit has an Integrated Thermal Management System that rapidly warms or cools the motor to an ideal temperature, and a solid direct spray system that accomplishes 350bar, outperforming the 250bar of the past T-GDi motor. What’s more, motor grating is decreased by 34 percent with the use of low erosion moving parts.

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