Research on Transmitting Efficiency of Supercharged Device


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In recent years, the internal combustion engine has been widely used through technological advances to improve its environmental performance. Mechanical and electrical integration of the engine turbocharging system is based on conventional turbocharging system to increase motor in parallel with the turbocharger and the corresponding reversible energy storage components, so that achieve by adjusting the energy input or output direction and the size of the motor to adjust the exhaust turbocharger operating point and the gas supply function. According to matching requirements of light vehicle diesel engine, the analysis model of exhaust gas energy is obtained through qualitative analysis of exhaust gas energy in turbocharged diesel engine.



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Helen Zhang and David Jin




Q. X. Sun and L. Chen, "Research on Transmitting Efficiency of Supercharged Device", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 63-64, pp. 237-240, 2011

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June 2011




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