8th International Conference on Turbochargers and Turbocharging available in Hardcover
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Building on the success of an established series of successful conferences held every four years since 1978, 8th International Conference on Turbochargers and Turbocharging presents the latest technologies relating to engine pressure charging systems from international industry and academic experts in the field, covering new developments in compressors and novel intake systems; Improved models for cycle simulation; Electro boost systems; Industry trends and requirements; Turbines and mechanical aspects such as thermomechanical analysis, dynamics, and axial load capacity.
- Discusses the latest technologies relating to engine pressure charging systems
- Looks at mechanical aspects such as thermomechanical analysis, dynamics, and axial load capacity
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About the Author
The Combustion Engines and Fuels Group (CEFG) Committee represent some 12,000 IMechE members with interest in Internal Combustion, IC, Engine Systems and associated technologies. These can range from high speed race engines, to passenger car and commercial vehicle engines and to medium and slow speed diesel engines used in rail traction, power generation and marine industries.
Table of Contents
COMPRESSORS AND NOVEL INTAKE SYSTEMS
Prediction and measurement of turbocharger compressor wheel temperature A Yamagata, S Nagai, K Nakano, and T Kawakubo, Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries, Japan Turbocharger compressor development for diesel passenger car applications H Chen and J Yin, Honeywell Turbo Technologies Limited, UK The reduction of turbocharger whoosh noise for diesel powertrains D Evans, Ford Motor Company Limited and A Ward, Powertrain NVH, Ricardo UK Limited, UK The influence of installation parameters on turbocharged automotive engine performance G Capon, A Leong, and T Morris, Ford Motor Company Limited, UK Using the centrifugal compressor as a cold air turbine M Müller, S Sumser, P Fledersbacher, K Rößler and K Fieweger, Daimler Chrysler AG and H-J Bauer, University of Karlsruhe, Institute for Thermal Turbomachinery, Germany Extending the knock limit of a turbocharged gasoline engine via turboexpansion J W G Turner, R J Pearson and N Milovanovic, Lotus Engineering and D W Taitt, Loughborough University, UK Turbo-cooling applied to light duty vehicle engines C D Whelan and R A Richards, WDL Limited, UK
IMPROVED MODELS FOR CYCLE SIMULATION A one-dimensional model for variable and fixed geometry radial turbines for turbochargers J M Luján, J R Serrano, C Cervelló and F J Arnau, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain and S Soltani, Renault, France Analysis of turbocharger non-adiabatic performance S Shaaban and J R Seume, Turbomachinery Laboratory, University of Hannover, Germany Part-load performance prediction of turbocharged engines S Shaaban and J Seume, Turbomachinery Laboratory, University of Hannover, R Berndt, Technical University of Berlin, presently Ingenieurgesellschaft Auto und Verkehr IAV GmbH, H Pucher, Technical University of Berlin and H J Linhoff, Linhoff Engineering, Germany
ELECTRO BOOST SYSTEMS Development of electrically assisted turbocharger for diesel engine Y Yamashita, S Ibaraki and H Ogita, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Limited, Tokyo, Japan The design and testing of an electrically assisted turbocharger for heavy duty diesel engines O Ryder, Holset Engineering Company Limited, Huddersfield, UK and H Sutter, ATE GmbH and L Jaeger, Iveco Motorenforschung AG
TURBINES The numerical study of the performance characteristics of a radial turbine with varying inlet blade angle L Barr, S W T Spence and A McNally, Queen’s University Belfast, UK Experimental study on the performance of a variable geometry mixed flow turbine for automotive turbocharger S Rajoo and R Martinez-Botas, Imperial College London, UK Turbocharger turbine performance under steady and unsteady flow: test bed analysis and correlation criteria M Capobianco and S Marelli, Department of Thermal Machines Energy Systems and Transportation, University of Genoa, Italy Flexible turbocharger turbine test rig MONA VI D Filsinger, G Fitzky and B Phillipsen, ABB Turbo Systems Limited, Switzerland Active control turbocharger for automotive application: an experimental evaluation A Pesiridis and R Martinez-Botas, Imperial College London, UK
MECHANICAL ASPECTS Thermomechanical analysis of a turbocharger turbine wheel based on CHT calculations and measurements T Heuer, B Engels, H Heger and A Klein, Borg Warner Turbo Systems, Germany Dynamics of mistuned radial turbine wheels X Sheng, D C Clay and J Allport, Holset Engineering Company Limited, UK Improving analysis capability in order to reduce turbine HCF S T Kitson, D C Clay, D H Brown, R O Evans, D M Eastwood and P K Tootill, Holset Engineering Company Limited, UK Axial load capacity of V-section band clamp joints K Shoghi, Borg Warner Turbo Systems and S Barrans and P Ramasamy, University of Huddersfield, UK ADDITIONAL PAPERS Reliability trends, operating issues and acceptance criteria related to exhaust gas turbochargers used in the marine industry – a classification society view K Banisoleiman and N Rattenbury, Lloyd’s Register, UK A novel method of high efficiency pressure charging A O Dye, Epicam Limited, Linton, UK Turbine wheel design for Garrett advanced variable geometry turbines for commercial vehicle applications H Chen, Honeywell Turbo Technologies Limited, UK Compact long-route exhaust gas recirculation mixer design and optimization J Yin, N Deschatrettes, O Han and P Renaud, Honeywell Turbo Technologies Limited, UK Transient performance prediction of the turbocharging system with the variable geometry turbochargers H Uchida, A Kashimoto and Y Iwakiri, Toyota Central R&D Laboratories Incorporated, Japan Plain and full floating bearing simulations with rigid shaft dynamics I McLuckie, S Barrett and B Kai Teo, Advanced Integrated Solutions Limited, UK