Document Type : Scientific extension

Authors

1 Assistant Professor, Aerospace University Complex, Malek Ashtar University, Tehran, Iran

2 M. Sc. Student, Aerospace University Complex, Malek Ashtar University, Tehran, Iran

Abstract

The key to maximizing power and improving engine performance during the mid-term is to use the turbocharged system on these engines. The turbulent system is a process that is performed by installing or increasing the succession of compressed air by the turbocharger. Another advantage of using a humorous system is to reduce the generation of emissions from internal combustion engines. The purpose of this article is to investigate the turbulent system by turbochargers in single-step and multi-stage methods. In multi-stage fluent systems, several cooling air is used to cool the air entering the combustion chamber. A two stage feeder system is used to meet pollutant standards and diesel engines working at high altitudes at sea level, and a multistage feedwater system is recommended for use on aerial gasoline engines at altitudes above 10 km

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