Very High Output Diesel Engines-A Critical Comparison of Two Stage Turbocharged, Hyperbar, and Differential Compound Engines 770756
It has come to the attention of the authors, that to achieve the objective of highest output in Diesel engines for highway and off-highway applications, it is necessary to put forth suggestions dealing with combinations of specially adapted engines with their associated turbomachinery to reach this goal of high engine output.
Three alternative solutions for higher output Diesel engines and their specific advantages and disadvantages will be discussed in this paper.
Citation: Wallace, F. and Winkler, G., "Very High Output Diesel Engines-A Critical Comparison of Two Stage Turbocharged, Hyperbar, and Differential Compound Engines," SAE Technical Paper 770756, 1977, https://doi.org/10.4271/770756. Download Citation
F.J. Wallace, G. Winkler
Univ. of Bath (U.K.)
1977 SAE International Off-Highway and Powerplant Congress and Exposition
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