1983-02-01

A Fast Response Turbocharging System 830125

A simple control system is described which improves the transient performance of turbocharged automotive gasoline engines by removing the compressor from the intake air-flow when boost pressure is not required. Experimental results are presented showing a considerable reduction in the time required to attain steady state boost pressure after rapid throttle openings from part load.

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