This paper on radial turbines was first presented at the 2015 Turbo Expo. It presents a methodology to control and move the radial turbine peak efficiency U/Cis to lower values using 3D Inverse Design.
This paper compares the performance of a conventional turbocharged engine model with a two-stage boost engine model equipped with a decoupled electric turbocharger. A carefully designed control strategy is designed for the electric turbocharger for a variety of engine speed/load conditions.
This paper reports a recent study of using inverse design method for the redesign of a centrifugal compressor stage used in an electric supercharger, including the impeller blade and volute.
Within the present study a runner-blade profile for a low head pumpturbine has been developed. This paper has been presented during the 25th IAHR Symposium on Hydraulic Machinery and Systems.