Eaton’s engine cylinder deactivation new technology
Eaton Cylinder Deactivation – CDA system is the most direct way to reduce CO2 emission, and at the same time improve fuel economy through driving cycle. It overcomes the obstacles of designing a high performance engine that is optimized for fuel efficiency. CDA deactivates the cylinders of the engine whenever full power is not needed.
Skoda Fabia 1.0l TSI three-cylinder downsized engine
In the ŠKODA FABIA and ŠKODA FABIA ESTATE, a 1.0l TSI engine with three cylinders and four valves is replacing the 1.2-liter engine with four cylinders that has been used to date. The new engine offers more power. The power output of the ŠKODA FABIA 1.0l TSI is 94 hp, while the output of the
Fuel filters optimization through 3D simulation
Fuel filters developed for cars have to meet stricter and stricter requirements, yet they also need to be ready for the market in ever shorter periods of time. Designers caught between these two demands now have support in the form of a simulation tool: it calculates all the relevant characteristics of filter design – cleaning
New Continental Turbocharger with RAAX™ Turbine technology
The first Continental turbocharger with the innovative RAAX™ turbine technology, now in production on the Audi A3’s new 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine (2.0l TFSI EA888, generation 3B), marks a new chapter in Continental’s turbocharger business. Significantly improved engine response is one of the benefits of this new product. The automotive supplier Continental is a relative
Next generation 48V eSupercharger from Aeristech
High-tech innovation company, Aeristech have put the electric supercharger through durability and performance testing and are looking for partnerships for mass manufacture. “We describe our eSupercharger as a ‘next generation’ product because it is the first to deliver continuous high level boost, unlike other systems reaching the market now which are limited to intermittent operation,”
International conference on Turbochargers
This international conference organized by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers is the next in the Institution’s successful series, held regularly since 1978, addressing current and novel aspects of turbocharging systems design, boosting solutions for engine downsizing and improvements in efficiency.[image_frame style=”framed_shadow” align=”center” alt=”C6231-Turbocharging” title=”C6231-Turbocharging”]https://www.car-engineer.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/C6231-Turbocharging-614×190.jpg[/image_frame] The Kia Oval, London 17 May 2016 – 18 May 2016
The New Pierburg electric compressor
Pierburg GmbH has developed an electric compressor for spontaneously boosting the charge pressure of engines fitted with an exhaust-gas turbocharger. This component allows pressure to be increased regardless of the exhaust-gas energy availability. The outcome: a more enjoyable ride and enhanced engine efficiency. The compressor is compatible with both gasoline and diesel engines. The initial
The new Mercedes-Benz four-cylinder diesel engine OM 654
The new four-cylinder diesel unit OM 654 marks the debut of a new family of engines from Mercedes-Benz. High efficiency and reduced emissions ensure that the premium diesel is future-proof while underlining the key role to be played by the diesel engine in achieving the challenging global climate targets. The first all-aluminum four-cylinder diesel engine from Mercedes-Benz
The new 3.0-liter V6 twin-turbo Infiniti engine
The new compact and lightweight 3.0-liter V6 twin-turbo engine is the most advanced V6 engine that Infiniti has ever offered. The 3.0-liter V6 twin-turbo is an all-new engine from the new `VR’ powertrain family, born out of the brand’s longstanding heritage of V6 powertrains. The new engine has been engineered to empower the driver and
The new Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S
The top models of the 911 model series – the 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S – now boast 15 kW (20 hp, 911 Turbo: Combined fuel consumption 9.1 l/100 km, CO2 emissions 212 g/km, 911 Turbo Cabriolet: Combined fuel consumption 9.3 l/100 km, CO2emissions 216 g/km) more power, a sharpened design and improved features.
The new Toyota 2.8l D-4D Global Diesel Engine Technology
Available on 3-door and 5-door new Land Cruiser models, Toyota’s newly developed 2.8l D-4D Global Diesel (GD) engine combines an 11% increase in low speed torque and a 7% increase in maximum torque with a 9% reduction in average fuel consumption. The engine features Toyota’s first-ever urea Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system that can eliminate
A new air intake manifold module from MANN+HUMMEL
An active intake manifold system with integrated charge air cooling and eBOOSTER is an innovative concept that simultaneously combines several technical highlights. These highlights include an intake manifold with a tumble flap system and a fully integrated, indirect charge air cooler, an “eBOOSTER”, a self-regulating bypass valve, and the sophisticated compensating joint, the “Agile Joint”.
The new Mercedes-AMG A 45 4MATIC
Following a comprehensive upgrade, the Mercedes-AMG A 45 4MATIC opens up a new dimension in vehicle dynamics. With peak output of 280 kW (381 hp) and a maximum torque of 475 Nm, the entry-level model from Mercedes-AMG is the world’s most powerful compact sports model. The revised gear ratios, aerodynamic fine-tuning and the new DYNAMIC
The Toyota 1.2T gasoline engine
The 1.2T, an all-new direct injection turbo-charged petrol engine, makes its global debut in the New Auris. It belongs to the range of 14 new engines that Toyota will launch globally between April 2014 and the end of 2015.
Honeywell turbo in Ferrari’s Formula One
Honeywell Turbo Technologies has worked with Scuderia Ferrari to develop one of the most efficient turbocharger applications in Honeywell’s history, leading to higher power for the 2015 Formula One season. The higher engine power is driven by more efficient use of air flow by the turbo’s turbine wheel, which uses exhaust gases to drive a compressor wheel