1962-01-01

Turbocharger Controls 620247

Many and various advantages can be realized from the installation of a turbocharger control system in diesel, gasoline, and natural gas engines. Several types of control and their effects on turbocharger and engine performance are discussed in detail. The type of control to be used depends in large part on the altitude characteristic desired and the power source available in the engine.

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