Exhaust-driver intake air compressor (turbo). See Supercharger.
A supercharger powered by an exhaust-driven turbine. Turbochargers always use centrifugal-flow compressors, which operate efficiently at the high rotational speeds produced by the exhaust turbine.
Abbreviation for turbo-supercharger, a supercharger with a compressor driven by the engine's exhaust gas.
supercharger driven by a turbine that, in turn, is driven by the car's exhaust gases.
Performs the same job as a supercharger but uses power from the exhaust.
Rotary compressor or pump normally comprising an exhaust gas driven air turbine driving an air compressor. The increased pressure forces more air into the cylinder than it could normally draw, allowing the engine to burn more fuel and in turn produce more power.
It is a supercharging device run by the exhaust gases from the engine.
A turbocharger is an exhaust gas driven compressor used in internal-combustion engines to increase the power output of the engine by increasing the mass of oxygen entering the engine. A key advantage of turbochargers is that they offer a considerable increase in engine power with only a slight increase in weight.
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a compressor driven at high rpm by expanding exhaust gases flowing through a turbine B
a compressor that runs on an exhaust-powered turbine
a device fitted to internal combustion engines to increase power
a device that compresses the engine's intake air
a device to force more air into the engine, allowing a correspondingly greater quantity of fuel to be burned in each stroke
a gas driven gas pump -- it utilises gases to pump around other gases
a mechanical device that is designed to pressurize air
an air pump designed to operate on the normally wasted energy in engine exhaust gas
an equally famous component when it comes to cranking up additional power
an exhaust-driven turbine that boosts an engine's power output
an exhaust-driven turbine that pumps more air into the engine, enabling it to produce more power
an exhaust-driven turbine that pumps more air into the I dont really think that there is any Miata engine that can spit out a lot of that had a boost controller, some exhaust and some other stuff done to it
an internal-combustion engine component
a small turbine wheel that's spun by the engine's exhaust gas
a supercharger that operates on exhaust gas from the engine
a turbine device which places a fan within the exhaust system
a turbine driven by the pressure of the exhaust gasses, while a supercharger is driven off a belt from the crankshaft
a way of utilizing the 'left-over' power of the hot exhaust gases busily escaping into the atmosphere
An air compressor powered by exhaust gases. Its job is to increase the supply of air-fuel mixture to the intake manifold to increase engine power.
A high-powered turbine driven by exhaust gases that forces air into the engine, helping to increase power.
A device for increasing the pressure and hence the mass of air and fuel burned on each firing stroke. A turbine of exhaust gases drives a compressor; therefore, efficiency is variable and related to exhaust pressure.
A device used for increasing the pressure and density of a fluid entering a fuel cell power plant using a compressor driven by a turbine that extracts energy from the exhaust gas.
Exhaust gas-driven rotary compressor that pressurizes engine intake air.
A supercharging device driven by exhaust gases from the engine. V6, etc.(see VEE ENGINE)
an air compressor driven by turbine powered by exhaust gases from the diesel engine; it supplies compressed air at higher pressure to the engine so that more fuel can be burnt to increase engine power
A device which uses a turbine driven by the engine exhaust gases to drive a compressor which forces air into the engine, providing increased fuel/air mixture flow, and therefore increased engine efficiency. Commonly used on high-performance engines.
A type of supercharger that uses a turbine to drive a compressor. The turbine, driven by hot gases in the exhaust manifold spins the compressor. The compressor increases the intake air density, and combined with additional fuel, produces more power.
An exhaust-driven air pump that forces more air and fuel into the combustion chamber for more power.
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an exhaust-driven intake air compressor (see supercharger).
This piece of equipment is driven by flowing exhaust gases, and works to increase the power produced by the engine by allowing it to burn up more fuel than it ordinarily could. The turbocharger achieves this feat by pressurizing the air taken in by the engine - more air means more combustion, of more fuel.
A turbine-type supercharger driven by exhaust gases.
An exhaust driven pump that compresses intake air and forces it into the combustion chambers at higher than atmospheric pressures. The increased air pressure allows more fuel to be burned and results in increased horsepower being produced.
A method of supercharging or forcing greater quantities of air into an engine by means of an exhaust gas driven turbine wheel which drives, through a common shaft, a second wheel which pumps increased quantities of air into the engine; used on truck Diesel engines.
A turbocharger is a compressor or pump that recovers energy from one moving fluid stream and uses it to add energy to another moving fluid stream. It is used to recover either kinetic or heat energy in industrial processes, however it is most often used to recover heat from the exhaust gasses of an internal-combustion engine that would normally be expelled as waste heat and uses that energy to compress air for the engine's intake. The compressed air increases the power output by increasing the amount of available oxygen.