What are the advantages of turbochargers

Under the influence of energy conservation and emission reduction policies around the world, turbocharging technology is being used by more and more automobile manufacturers. Even some Japanese automakers that originally insisted on naturally aspirated engines have joined the turbocharging camp. The principle of turbocharging is also relatively simple, mainly relying on turbines and supercharging. There are two turbines, one on the exhaust side and one on the intake side, which are connected by a rigid turbo shaft. The turbine on the exhaust side is driven by the exhaust gas after the engine burns, driving the turbine on the intake side.


Increased power. The biggest advantage of turbocharging is that it can significantly increase the power of the engine without increasing the engine displacement. After an engine is equipped with a turbocharger, its maximum output power can be increased by about 40% or even more compared to an engine without a turbocharger. This means that an engine of the same size and weight can generate more power after being turbocharged.

Economical. The turbocharged engine is small in size and simple in structure, which greatly reduces its R&D and production costs, far less than the cost of optimizing a large-displacement naturally aspirated engine. Since the exhaust gas turbocharger recovers part of the energy, the economy of the engine after turbocharging is also significantly improved. In addition, the mechanical loss and heat loss are relatively reduced, the mechanical efficiency and thermal efficiency of the engine are improved, and the fuel consumption rate of the engine after turbocharging can be reduced by 5%-10%, while improving the emission index.

Ecology. The diesel turbocharger engine uses turbine and supercharging technology, which will reduce CO, CH and PM in the emissions, which is beneficial to environmental protection.

Post time: May-10-2024

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