3 edition of Positive displacement compounding of a heavy duty diesel engine found in the catalog.
Positive displacement compounding of a heavy duty diesel engine
1983 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lewis Research Center in [Cleveland, OH] .
Written in English
|Statement||Raj Sekar, Roy Kamo|
|Series||NASA CR -- 168286, NASA contractor report -- 168286|
|Contributions||Kamo, Roy, Lewis Research Center, Cummins Engine Company|
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Get this from a library. Positive displacement compounding of a heavy duty diesel engine. [Raj Sekar; Roy Kamo; Lewis Research Center.; Cummins Engine Company.].
A helical screw type positive displacement (PD) compressor and expander was considered as an alternative to the turbocharger and the power turbine in the Cummins advanced turbocompound engine. The Institute of Gas Technology (IGT) completed the design, layout, and performance prediction of the PD : R.
Kamo and R. Sekar. Evaluation of Positive-Displacement Supercharging and Waste Heat Recovery for an LHR Diesel One demonstrated method for improving the shaft thermal efficiency of turbocharged heavy-duty diesel engines is turbo-compounding--the incorporation of a power turbine, geared to the engine output shaft, which can supply additional power extracted from Cited by: 6.
positive displacement machines are different from those of turbo-machines, overall engine performance with the two options also may be expected to be different. Recent publications, (2) (3), evaluated the use of screw-type positive displacement machines for diesel engine supercharging and compounding.
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This two-book set highlights the latest technologies as it systematically explains diagnosis, service, and repair. Photo sequences present each step of diagnostic and repair procedures, and tool /5(3). This Student Workbook contains exercises to reinforce what you will learn in both Fundamentals of Medium/Heavy Duty Diesel Engines and the classroom.
The Student Workbook is designed to encourage critical thinking and aid comprehension through a variety of exercises in each chapter, including/5(11). Today’s heavy-duty diesel engine evolution has settled on two basic displacement configurations: liter and liter, the larger of which led North American sales for many years.
Lately, however, liter engines have emerged as the overall market leader. For these reasons, turbocompounding has been successfully applied in heavy duty diesel engine and drawn increasingly more attentions to exploit its.
In the present study, the effects of Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) and turbo-compound (T/C) system integration on a heavy-duty diesel engine (HDDE) is investigated.