Turbo Compressor Optimization - Article

Turbochargers are increasingly used in automotive applications to downsize engine capacity to achieve lower emissions without compromising the driver’s perception of performance and transient response. The challenges for turbocharger designers are to achieve higher compressor and turbine efficiency with broader operating range and minimal inertia, while complying with package size limitations and cost constraints. A successful design process makes appropriate use of multiple levels of highly iterative analysis, from simple 1-D and 2-D analyses through highly sophisticated, transient, multiphysics 3-D simulation, in developing a new compressor.
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