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Provides help and hints for application engineers to design, optimize and develop supercharged internal combustion engines
Gives an outlook on possible future developments
The book is prepared for students enrolled in mechanical engineering courses
The book is also prepared for research, development and application engineers, specialists in the field of supercharging systems for combustion engines
This book covers all aspects of supercharging internal combustion engines. It details charging systems and components, the theoretical basic relations between engines and charging systems, as well as layout and evaluation criteria for best interaction. Coverage also describes recent experiences in design and development of supercharging systems, improved graphical presentations, and most advanced calculation and simulation tools. Also included are a large number of selected examples as well as an outlook on possible future developments of supercharging systems.
The book offers improved knowledge about the benefits and problems of supercharging and provides help and tips to design, optimize, and develop supercharged internal combustion engines.
Symbols, indices and abbreviations XII Introduction and short history of supercharging Basic principles and objectives of supercharging Thermodynamics of supercharging Mechanical supercharging Exhaust gas turbocharging Special processes with use of exhaust gas turbocharging Performance characteristics of supercharged engines Operating behavior of supercharged engines in automotive applications Charger control intervention and control philosophies for fixed geometry and VTG-chargers Instrumentation for recording the operating data of supercharged engines on the engine test bench Mechanics of superchargers Charge air coolers and charge air cooling systems Outlook and further developments in supercharging Examples of supercharged production engines Appendix References List of names and subjects.