Experimental Study of the Effects of Intake Temperature on the Performance of Turbocharged Gas-Powered Engines 921494
In this work, a detailed analysis of the influence of intake temperature on the various operational parameters of gas-powered turbocharged engines is made. An experimental study with an otto-cycle 20-litre engine adapted for this purpose is regarded. The experimental results show that the intake temperature strongly affects not just the volumetric efficiency and power as expected, but many parameters such as specific fuel consumption and others.
Citation: de Souza Vianna, J., Gouveia, R., and da V. Pessoa, E., "Experimental Study of the Effects of Intake Temperature on the Performance of Turbocharged Gas-Powered Engines," SAE Technical Paper 921494, 1992, https://doi.org/10.4271/921494. Download Citation
João Nildo de Souza Vianna, Ricardo Paes Gouveia, Eduardo B.S. da V. Pessoa