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The Comprex: A New Concept of Diesel Supercharging PUBLIC ACCESS

[+] Author Affiliations
Max Berchtold, F. J. Gardiner

I-T-E Circuit Breaker Company, Philadelphia, PA

Paper No. 58-GTP-16, pp. V001T01A016; 12 pages
doi:10.1115/58-GTP-16
From:
  • ASME 1958 Gas Turbine Power Conference and Exhibit
  • ASME 1958 Gas Turbine Power Conference and Exhibit
  • Washington, DC, USA, March 2–6, 1958
  • Conference Sponsors: International Gas Turbine Institute
  • ISBN: 978-0-7918-7997-9
  • Copyright © 1958 by ASME

abstract

The Comprex supercharger compresses air by direct transmission of energy from an expanding gas utilizing compression and expansion waves. The name Comprex is a contraction of Compression-Expander. Although the phenomena of nonsteady flow have been studied extensively in connection with explosions, diesel fuel injection, railway airbrakes, water hammer, safety equipment in hydraulic power stations, and so on, the use of these effects in gases is relatively new. This paper deals with the Comprex as applied to supercharging of internal-combustion engines. It explains the principle of operation, describes the design and discusses the particular operational characteristics as a supercharger for a 4-cycle diesel engine. It should be remembered that this is only one of many applications of a broad and unexploited field.

Copyright © 1958 by ASME
Topics: Diesel
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