Turbocharging and Turbochargers 1990 : Conference Proceedings
This is a collection of 33 papers presented to the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. The papers cover current developments in the design and practical application of pressure charging systems.
- Paperback | 344 pages
- 200 x 250mm
- 01 Jan 1990
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
- Professional Engineering Publishing
- Bury St Edmunds, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Laser velocimeter measurements in a turbocharger turbine; flows in vaned and vaneless stators of radial-inflow turbocharger turbines; a method to predict performance of vaneless radial turbines under steady and unsteady flow conditions; investigation of the flow characteristics of radial inflow turbocharger volutes; alternative turbocharger systems for the automotive diesel engine; double resonance system - a new way to improve the low-speed operation of supercharged engines; effects of controlled turbine bypass on a commercial diesel turbocharged engine; optimal control of an integrated engine transmission with controllable pressure charging; the transient response of a turbocharger vehicle diesel engine with injection timing control; on-road performance of two alternative transmission systems for heavy vehicles; pulsating flow behaviour of a twin-entry vaneless radial-flow turbine; unsteady flow performance of turbocharger radial turbines; development of a model to predict the vibration response of a large turbocharger rotor under pulsating flow conditions; a compact two-stage turbocharger module; measurement of the performance of a radial inflow turbine in conditional steady and unsteady flow; development work on turbochargers for two-stroke and four-stroke diesel engines with and without turbo-compound systems; the interaction of diesel engine turbocharging and tuned inlet manifold systems under steady speed and transient operation; application of variable valve timing to a highly turbocharged diesel engine.