Advances in Turbocharged Racing Engines
- Progress In Technology
- ISBN 978-0-7680-0027-6
- 236 pages
Racing continues to provide the preeminent directive for advancing powertrain development for automakers worldwide. Formula 1, World Rally, and World Endurance Championship all provide engineering teams the most demanding and rigorous testing opportunities for the latest engine and technology designs. Turbocharging has seen significant growth in the passenger car market after years of development on racing circuits.
Advances in Turbocharged Racing Engines combines ten essential SAE technical papers with introductory content from the editor on turbocharged engine use in F1, WRC, and WEC-recognizing how forced induction in racing has impacted production vehicle powertrains. Topics featured in this book include:
- Fundamental aspects of design and operation of turbocharged engines
- Electric turbocharger usage in F1
- Turbocharged engine research by Toyota, SwRI and US EPA, Honda, and Caterpillar
This book provides a historical and relevant insight into research and development of racing engines. The goal is to provide the latest advancements in turbocharged engines through examples and case studies that will appeal to engineers, executives, instructors, students, and enthusiasts alike.
|Technical Paper||Ecotec 2.0 Liter Race Engine|
|Technical Paper||Development of an IC Engine Simulation Programme for Multiple Turbocharger Configurations|
|Technical Paper||Conceptual Design of a Variable Geometry, Axial Flow Turbocharger Turbine|