Carbon Fiber Gear for “Hella” type electronic actuators ?>

Carbon Fiber Gear for “Hella” type electronic actuators

Developed by D-Turbolader, we presented in Automechanika Moscow 2014 and later in Automechanika Frankfurt 2014 our Electronic Actuator Gear’s. It’s common to think that failures in Actuators come mainly from their electronic componentes, but the small gear is responsible for 75% of failures in the actuator. At the moment two models are available (long and short gear). Same Original specifications, same material, same resistance and complete made in carbon fiber. D-Turbolader Electronic Actuator Gear’s are strong and resistant to performe its…

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VGT/VNT Turbos ?>

VGT/VNT Turbos

In the traditional turbo when the engine is at low rpm the turbine receives virtually no momentum of the exhaust gases. The result is that in these circumstances the vehicle drives almost like using a naturally aspirated engine. To solve it, traditionally has mounted a small low blow turbo that starts to compress air from low revs. However when we use this type of smaller turbo at high rpm there is no capability to compress all the air the engine…

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The turbo actuator ?>

The turbo actuator

The turbo actuator is the component of the vehicle that controls the opening of the variable geometry according to the requirements of the Vehicle Control Unit. It may be electronic or pneumatic. Current electronic actuators are composed of a mechanical part and an electronic part, which allows a fast and precise control of the opening of the geometry. Until recently there was no possibility of repairing when there was a failure in an electronic actuator. Nowadays it is possible to…

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Tri-turbo technology ?>

Tri-turbo technology

The development of increasingly efficient engines has already reached the application of up to three turbos in a single engine in vehicles of premium brands such as BMW xDrive M550d and Porsche GT3 2013, and it is expected that in 2016 the new Audi Q5 will equip also a triturbo V6 TDI engine. The M550d xDrive BMW develops an output of 280 kW / 381 hp at 4,400 rpm and 740 Nm of torque at 2,000 rpm. It is an…

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Trends in engineering (downsizing) ?>

Trends in engineering (downsizing)

Thanks to the application of the latest advances in the development of turbocharger technology, the decrease in size of the engine (downsizing) has become one of the most important goals in the automotive industry. Today, all manufacturers are involved in this trend. This way is achieved an improved performance in vehicles with smaller engines, reducing emissions and consumption, two key factors today for the European driver. In Europe there are high levels of taxation that record the most polluting vehicles…

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