The difference between single turbo and twin turbo


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2023-05-18

The difference between single turbo and twin turbo twin turbo and single turbo is that one is single turbo, one is twin turbo; the working principle and main structure of both are the same; the number of twin turbochargers has increased. When the engine works with two turbochargers, the intake efficiency is greatly improved, the supercharging effect is more significant, and the power performance is greatly increased, mainly to improve the "hysteresis phenomenon".

The difference between single turbo and twin turbo

The difference between single turbo and twin turbo twin turbo and single turbo is that one is single turbo, one is twin turbo; the working principle and main structure of both are the same; the number of twin turbochargers has increased. When the engine works with two turbochargers, the intake efficiency is greatly improved, the supercharging effect is more significant, and the power performance is greatly increased, mainly to improve the "hysteresis phenomenon".

The following is a brief introduction to turbocharging:

1, the main role of turbocharging is to increase the engine intake, thereby increasing the power and torque of the engine, making the car more dynamic. An engine fitted with a turbocharger, its maximum power can be increased by 40% or more than without a turbocharger;

2. turbocharging technology is to pre-compress the gas with a special compressor before it enters the cylinder to increase the density of the gas entering the cylinder and reduce the volume of the gas;

3、In the unit volume, the mass of gas is greatly increased, so that more fuel can be injected into the limited cylinder volume for combustion, thus achieving the purpose of increasing the engine power.