MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 234, 2018BulTrans-2018 – 10th International Scientific Conference on Aeronautics, Automotive and Railway Engineering and Technologies
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Internal Combustion Engines|
|Published online||21 November 2018|
Automotive compressor: effect of an electric throttle in the upstream circuit on the surge limit
1 Laboratoire de Chimie Moléculaire, Génie des procédés Chimiques et Energétique, EA7341, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, HESAM Université, 75003 Paris, France
2 Laboratoire DynFluid, EA 92, Arts et Métiers ParisTech, 75013 Paris, France
3 Université technique de Sofia, 8 rue Kliment Ohridski, 1000, Sofia, Bulgarie
4 Department Automobiles and Transport, University of Pitesti, 110040 Pitesti, Romania
5 Valeo, 95892 Cergy Pontoise, France
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
On vehicles equipped with a turbocharged engine, there is a risk of compressor surge. This surge generates instabilities that lead to driving inconvenience, or even mechanical failure of the supercharging system. In general, the surge appears rather in transient operation: sudden closing of the throttle valve on gasoline engine, regulation of the EGR on diesel engine linked also to turbine regulation (VNT device or Waste Gate). On a turbocharger test stand, we set up the surge line in a “conventional way”: stationary experiments. Then we set up this line in transient conditions for different positions of an electric throttle placed upstream the compressor. It appears that: the surge limit is pushing back to lower flow rates when it is determined in transient; the surge limit is pushing back to lower flow rates when closing the throttle valve. The tests were carried on by the transient analysis of the surge during a quick closing-opening of the electric throttle valve.
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